iOgrapher® Filmmaking Case for the Apple iPad 3 and 4 Now Available for Immediate Delivery

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iOgrapher Turns iPad into a Handheld Rig 

or Tripod Mounted Studio for Pro and Consumer Filmmakers; 

San Marino, CA (December 5, 2013)

– The creators of the patented iOgrapher® mobile filmmaking case for the iPad (

www.iographer.com

) today announced that the new iOgrapher for Apple iPad 3 and 4 is available for immediate delivery.   iOgrapher for the iPad 3 and 4 is priced at $70.00 USD and can be purchased directly from the Company web site at

www.iographer.com

.   The iOgrapher for the Apple iPad is the first all purpose mobile filmmaking case for the iPad and iPad Mini, designed and manufactured in the United States. The iOgrapher is constructed from high quality, extremely tough polycarbonate/ABS, and its patented design is for everyone from families with kids, to students, to Indies and professional filmmakers, videographers and mobile journalists.   The iOgrapher’s unique design features two handles on each side of the case, making the iPad mini a hand-held ‘steadicam rig,’ greatly reducing shaky footage common when shooting video with mobile devices. The iOgrapher is also designed to enable consumers and filmmakers alike to easily add 37mm lenses to its lens mount area for wide angles, fisheye looks, or to capture macro or close up shots. Users can attach lighting and audio gear to its three accessory shoes on the top of the case. The bottom of the case is designed to allow mounting the iPad Mini to any standard tripod, monopod, or portable dolly.   Created by high-school media arts teacher and filmmaker, Dave Basulto, the iOgrapher was inspired by young filmmakers, who he wanted to empower with the ability to shoot and edit video, take stills and stream video live - all from an inexpensive, accessible device.  

The iOgrapher: Click, Point, Create and Learn

The iOgrapher team is also creating an online film community filled with tutorials on using the iOgrapher and iOS devices. At iOgrapher.com, the Company is covering topics from development, such as script writing and previsualizing shots, to shooting movies, to editing, to sharing with the world.   iOgrapher also provides recommendations for third party accessories, such as lighting kits, sound kits, lenses and mounting options with links to where to best find and purchase them. Users will also find helpful tips on the best apps available for shooting, editing, adding effects and sharing their videos online. All recommendation are based on Basulto’s personal, hands on experience as a professional filmmaker and teacher.  

Pricing and Availability

The iOgrapher for the iPad for the iPad 3 and 4 is available immediately and is priced at $70.00 USD. The iOgrapher for the iPad Mini is also available immediately and is priced at $65.00 USD. Customers can place their order by visiting

www.iographer.com

.   The iOgrapher for the Apple iPad is available in a number of colors, including black, white, red, pink and blue. The Company is also planning iOgrapher cases for the iPhone 5 and for Android devices. Details will be announced at a later date.  

About iOgrapher 

The iOgrapher for the Apple iPad is the first all purpose film making case for the iPad. Constructed from high grade, extremely tough polycarbonate/ABS, the iOgrapher is designed for everyone from families with kids, to students, to Indies to professional filmmakers and videographers. For more information, please visit

www.iographer.com

, follow us on Twitter at @iographer, or ‘Like’ us in Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/Iographer

.  

iOgrapher is a Registered Trademark of iOgrapher LLC. All iOgrapher product designs are patented.

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