IK Multimedia presents the iKlip A/V, a broadcast mount for audio and video recording with smartphones.
Announced as “an industry first”, the iKlip A/V is a system aimed at giving professional broadcasters and videographers the ability to capture and monitor pro-quality audio on the go via its integrated high-quality XLR mic preamp with phantom power and built-in wireless receiver support. It also features a built-in support that can hold most popular wireless microphone receivers, and its gain control, headphone monitoring output and 1/8" TRRS audio output (CTIA/AHJ wiring standard) are meant to ensure signal quality with any microphone or device.
It also aims at delivering a steady picture thanks to its smartphone holder (designed for any iPhone, iPod touch or Android device with a screen size from 3.5" to 6") and ergonomic hand-held grip. The smartphone holder is also detachable and can be replaced by a compact video camera thanks to its standard camera mount.
Designed for mobile broadcast professionals, the iKlip aims at giving the opportunity to transform any quality smartphone into a full-featured camcorder and can also be fixed on a monopod/tripod. It is of course compatible with all popular mobile video recording apps, including favourites like Apple’s Camera app as well as third party apps that provide more control, like Filmic Pro.
The iKlip A/V will be available in April 2016 from music and electronics retailers worldwide, and from the IK online store for a price of $179.99/€$179.99 (+taxes if applicable).
More details available at www.iklipav.com
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