CES 2016: OlloClip
If you are also like me you know that the best camera for the job is the one you have at the time.
For most of us that will be our cellphone.
Enter OlloClip allows you to capture and share life experience. Our cellphones are becoming the windows to our world. I sat down with Patrick O’Neill, the founder of Ollo Clip, to discuss their newest product the Olloclip studio which is an integrated mobile photography system.
The case and accessories are designed to work together seamlessly from the moment you put them on. This system includes an iPhone case with a two finger universal grip and two cold-shoe adapters for a microphone or lights and two 1/4 20 clips for attaching a tripod, grip or handles. Additionally they have indtroduced their new Active Lens and Macro-Pro 3 in 1 lens. I have a Ollo Clip and love that it fits in my pocket and is available whenever I need it.
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Creating and designing computer accessories for more than 20 years, and smart phone accessories for the past ten years, Patrick has always wanted to develop a product that melds his profession with his love of photography.
Patrick brewed over the iPhone lens ideas for years and was inspired by philosophies of Steve Jobs and Colin Chapman, the English founder of Lotus cars, for clean, simple designs. Once the iPhone 4 launched, he felt the camera was good enough quality for an iPhone lens. It was the KickStarter crowdfunding platform that motivated founder Patrick O’Neill to evolve the olloclip concept into a reality.
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