food photography

6 Must-Have Food Photography Props to Give Your Images Something Extra

When it comes to photographing your food, it’s all about setting the “right” scene. If you want your honey-baked ham or apple pie to make your Instagram followers salivate with envy, well then expert food photographer, Andrew Scrivani has a few tips & props that will make your shots really look like you know what you’re doing.

Ideal food photography props need to walk the line between neutral and nondescript, and personality-based and playful.

“You don’t want your propping to distract from your food,” explained New York Times contributor Andrew Scrivani in his essential class, Food Photography, emphasizing the importance of neutral props and props which don’t compete with the color or texture of your food.

That said, it’s worth acquiring some versatile, beautiful pieces to keep around, just in case. These staples, which will add something to a future shot (even if you’re not sure quite what yet), are, says Andrew, must-haves for any food photographer.

“Anything that catches your eye as interesting or may fit into your workflow at any point is something worth keeping.”

You may also need to do a little bit of repurposing, says Andrew, who “has gotten some great props from the garbage.” So when you’re shopping around for food photography props and pieces for the studio, remember to look for what a piece could be, not necessarily what shape it’s in right now.

Here are a few props to keep an eye out for when stocking your food photography studio.

Solid, neutral serving items

A white dinner plate. A silver platter. A beige soup bowl. These staples are so important because they’re both versatile and they aren’t distracting.

“You want to use things that are able to be used over and over again. You always want to keep it neutral so that it doesn’t challenge the food,” says Andrew. “The majority of the time, the food is the star.”

Look for hearty dishes or other serving items that can display a lot of types of food, with shapes that are easy to work with

A really gorgeous cutting board

Finished food is great to photograph, but preparation is also important. People like to see food in action, and food being handled or manipulated. A wooden cutting board is essentially a neutral surface but adds an element of movement or change. Prop your in-the-works food with a utilitarian knife and you’ve got a classic shot.

A surface that does the work

Andrew uses the same piece of marble, which he got for $20 from a junkyard, for many of his images. Almost purely white (but not totally white), it’s so important that “if I could ensure it, I would.”

“I put things on top of it, instead of moving it” Andrew explains, because it’s just so functional.

There’s no need to drop a lot of cash on these kinds of surfaces; beat-up door panels, old tiles, and just about anything else that at one point might have been used in home repairs are all fair game. Find a surface that you can lay on top of any table, whether it be a piece of concrete, a chunk of marble, or any other neutral foundation and you’ll have a tool you can use for years for any number of shots.

A “panic button” dish

Sometimes, the food is not the star…because the food is not particularly star-worthy. When you’ve got unattractive or unappetizing food (it happens!), Andrew says it’s best to have some dishes or utensils that are so beautiful, they make the entire shot look like fine art. If you’ve ever been truly struck by the beauty of a bowl or the curve of a glass, keep it!

Food basics

Pepper, flour, sunflower seeds — these extras can be great props themselves. Stock your food photography studio with some seasonings and other edibles that can make otherwise bland or textureless food come to life. These items are inexpensive, shelf-stable, and can add a lot of intrigue to what might have been quite mild-looking.

Linens that lend a sensibility

We’ve covered the hard pieces, but what about the soft? Dishcloths and other textiles can help not only add color or texture to an image, they can also give the picture a sense of place, time, or emotion. Gingham looks like a picnic, a white napkin is high-class, and a slightly-used dish towel says “work in progress” and also “hand-made.” Used under a plate or off to the side, linens can be hugely useful in your studio — plus, they’re easily laundered and reused.

A personal piece that you really love

Food isn’t your only passion — and you want to make sure that comes across in your photos. Andrew says that one good goal is to “show that you have a range of interests.”

When it's done right, food photography can be a truly gorgeous art form -- and a big part of good execution are props and plating. Learn more from Andrew Scrivani on the CreativeLive blog.

“Not everybody has the same aesthetic,” explains Andrew. Whether it’s family heirlooms or funky flatware you picked up at the flea market, keeping around a few personal items is great for your branding and your unique images.

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The Best Camera Rumors of 2021

What new camera gear can we expect in the coming months? These are the best camera rumours and likely product announcements for 2021

The last few years have seen a major change in the camera market. DSLRs once dominated, but now we’re seeing mirrorless cameras becoming increasingly popular and overtaking mirrored camera sales. Even Canon and Nikon, companies that were keen to protect their DSLR sales, have got serious about mirrorless cameras.

We’re also seeing more full-frame and medium format cameras and increased emphasis on high-end features such as subject recognition and Eye AF in video mode.

Canon and Nikon introduced top-end professional-level DSLR cameras in 2020 but Nikon has announced that it is developing the Z9, a mirrorless flagship camera with 8K video capability. Surely it can’t be too much longer before Canon does something similar, perhaps announcing that an EOS R1 is in development.

It will be interesting to see which cameras are alongside the Sony A1s during the Olympic Games when they take place (hopefully) in the summer.

It’s an exciting time for photography, so let’s take a look at the new cameras that may be announced over the coming months. I’ll draw on our experience of camera development over the years to make a

Camera Rumours Summary

I’ll look at the rumours surrounding all the camera manufacturers, but here’s a quick summary of the biggest camera rumors and what we’re expecting/hoping to see in the near future as well as the questions we want answering:

Canon rumors

Canon really pulled out the stops in 2020 and delivered two incredibly exciting cameras, the Canon EOS R6 and Canon EOS R5, which use the RF mount that was introduced with the Canon EOS R. This mount has a flange diameter of 54mm, which is larger than the EF, EF-S and EF-M mounts, which means that faster lenses can be made. But what does the new lens mount mean for its APS-C format mirrorless cameras? Canon says the EOS M system will continue, but having four lens mounts is confusing, so we’re hoping for an RF-mount APS-C format camera in 2021.

Panasonic rumors

In 2020, Panasonic introduced the Lumix S5, an enticingly-priced full-frame mirrorless camera and the Lumix G100,  which is aimed at vloggers. And at last, it seems that 2021 will be the year that we see the incredibly popular Panasonic GH5 replaced with the Panasonic GH5 II.

Sony rumors

Sony has been pushing Nikon and Canon for market position all the time, and the Sony A1 looks like being the camera of 2021 (it’s an early call), but both of those older camera manufacturers are now taking the mirrorless market much more seriously.

With the Sony A7S III and Sony A1 we’ve seen Sony finally listen to all the requests for more touch-control and a better menu system, we’re keeping our fingers crossed that these features and the A7S III’s vari-angle screen are carried over to the Sony A7 IV which must be waiting in the wings.

DJI Phantom Pro 5 Rumors

There have also been rumours circulating for ages that the announcement of the DJI Phantom 5 isn’t too far away, but we’re still waiting. It’s been quite some time since we saw an update to DJI’s Phantom or Inspire range of drones. Will 2021 and the new drone regulations see something new in the manufacturer’s high-end drone ranges?

In the last couple of years, we’ve seen some interesting smaller drones from DJI, for example, the Mavic Air has been updated to the Mavic Air 2, and the Mavic Mini came along towards the end of 2019 but has now been replaced by the DJI Mini 2.

The Mini and Mini2 are especially interesting because they weigh less than 250g. Once the new drone regulations come in, they will still need to be registered because they’ve got cameras mounted, but you’ll be able to fly them pretty much wherever you like as long as you’re not trespassing or endangering people or property.

What many drone pilots are waiting for though, is the first drone that is certified as class C2 under the regulations. This will weigh under 4Kg but pilots with the A2 Certificate of Competency will be able fly down to 30m from uninvolved people or 5m from uninvolved people in the slow mode. That will make life easier for a lot of hobbyist and commercial pilots.

Interestingly, when the DJI FPV was announced, we asked DJI about its classification and we were told that there currently aren’t any notified bodies for agreeing the classifications.

portrait photography

Amazing Techniques to Take Stunning Portraits

Professional photographers shoot 30+ weddings a year, and in doing that, sometimes it is easy to fall into the same old technique when it comes to portraits. Even with new poses, taking portraits can become very mundane if the same compositions and angles are used for every couple–we’ve definitely been through that creative rut where our pictures start looking very familiar. Throughout the years, we’ve challenged ourselves to stay on top of our game with a few useful techniques. Here are some of our best tips to help keep things fresh and unique for each couple.

1. Using a longer lens.

A lot of photographers say that their 50mm is a “must-have” portrait lens, but what a mid-range lens offers is a very familiar perspective, something that our eyes are used to seeing all the time. To create a more interesting image, we avoid shooting portraits in mid-range because the images look too ordinary. Most of our portraits are shot at 200mm or 85mm to create beautiful image compression that a 50mm would not be able to produce. The compression will not only flatter your subjects with less feature distortion but shooting at a longer focal length will also create more dramatic background blur and brings the background closer to your subject. It may be more difficult to communicate with your subjects while shooting at 200mm, but the difference will be apparent and well worth it. Our solution to this problem was to have one of us interact with our couples at close range while the other shoots from a distance.

2. Find angles that are not eye level.

Many times we are stuck seeing what is right in front of us. It is, after all, the easiest answer to everything. Challenge yourself to find a different angle from above or below eye-level to bring a new perspective to the image. This technique can also be used to flatter subjects of different body types and heights. In the image below, we asked the bride to sit on the ground in order to focus on her face and hair ornament while blurring out the rest of her body. It makes a more interesting image than the typical straight-on bridal portrait.

3. Use off-camera flash

During a wedding, our speed lites are never on-camera, even during the reception. Flash rarely flatters a person’s face when it is straight on, and the image loses its dimensionality. Using flash to light our subjects from the side, we are able to create both light and shadow on our subjects, flattering their features and bringing a greater range of highlights and shadows to the image. It also helps us bring out details in the background to create a more dramatic landscape.

4. Overpower the sun with flash

Shooting at mid-day is no easy task when using natural light. But with some artificial lights, something as simple as a couple of speedlites can diminish the power of the sun and darken the image for better exposure. We use this technique especially when we are trying to create environmental portraits that focus on the landscape. Using our speedlites, we are able to overpower the sun and underexpose the sky while only lighting up the subject. To create this amount of artificial light, we have to use 2-4 off-camera speedlites (with no diffuser) in order to generate enough light to overpower the sun. Holding the speedlites closer to the subject (to the side) also helps put more light on the subject and allows us to underexpose the background even more for dramatic effect.

5. Find back-light

It takes time and practice to train your eye to find great light. Once you learn how to “find the light” in any situation, it will help you master taking some amazing portraits. Lighting is, after all, the essence of photographic images. Whether you are using the sun, a window, or an ordinary light bulb, these light sources can be used to create beautiful edge light (a.k.a. hair light, rim light) when the light source is place behind your subject. The effect that rim light creates can enhance the dimension of your image by separating your subject from the background, outlining and focusing on your subject.

6. Shoot through objects

When objects are in our way, we like to use them to our advantage. In fact, many times we are purposely trying to find elements to place in the foreground of our image. Learning to find holes between tree branches, abstract objects, or even ordinary household items are simple, everyday things that will help enhance your images by bringing an interesting, and sometimes colorful, element to your composition. Using a longer lens will help blur out the foreground objects to frame the subjects in a more intimate way.

7. Use video light for night portraits

Video lights are very useful when no light source is available to light up your subject in dark situations. The great thing about video lights is that they are a constant light source so you can see what the image will look like in camera. We use LED video lights, which give us enough power to last 2+ hours. They are a great alternative to speedlites for low light situations and are quicker to adjust for dark situations.

8. Use gels on your speedlites

Adding CTO (orange) or CTB (blue) gels to your speedlites will change the mood of your image. Sometimes shooting in an environment which is overcast and very blue, adding a CTB gel will warm up the whole environment if you adjust the white balance correctly. CTO gels can also be used to emulate sunlight.

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Canon vs. Nikon vs. Sony vs. Panasonic

Best Camera Brand – Canon vs. Nikon vs. Sony vs Panasonic

When it comes to full package cameras, four brands that come to everyone mind are– Canon, Nikon, Sony and Panasonic. All four brands create brilliant cameras and optics. So the difficult question remains, how would you choose between Canon vs Nikon vs Sony vs Panasonic?

 All four offer excellent cameras for professionals and entry-level options for beginners. But once you used to one brand, switching becomes tough and expensive. You need to swap lenses and flashes too.

Choosing the right brand from the start is very important. To help you make that choice, we have put together all you need to know about Nikon vs Canon vs Sony vs Panasonic.


Canon has just about every lens you can imagine, including an incredible series of tilt-shift lenses. Canon also covers the entire price spectrum.

Canon bodies also have great ergonomics. They always felt great in my hands, and I really like the new mirrorless EOS R.

So what’s wrong with Canon? Well, I think they can add new features to their camera bodies for more options.


There’s nothing horribly wrong with Nikon… but I find it hard to get excited about anything.

The Nikon D850 might be the greatest DSLR ever made, but its new mirrorless Z6 and Z7 cameras just don’t stand out from the pack.

Yes, Nikon makes great lenses, but Canon edges them out in terms of sheer selection and ingenuity.


Sony releases new cameras so fast that resale value isn’t so great (this is good if you buy used), and the lenses are on the expensive side. Sony lenses have a reputation for being overpriced

Still, pound-for-pound, Sony is the mirrorless King right now — at least until Canon and Nikon release more mirrorless lenses.


Panasonic makes excellent video-centric cameras in both the full-frame (S1 series) and micro 4/3 segments (GH series).

The S1/S1R cameras are freaking enormous. Pentax 67 of mirrorless are even bigger than most DSLR’s! And unfortunately, there are only a small number of lenses available, and they are all expensive.

The micro 4/3 cameras like the GH5 and G85 are very nice, but it is hard to get excited about them outside of video.

Best DSLR Brands for Video? Canon vs Nikon vs Sony vs Panasonic Cameras!

When you are choosing a DSLR for video, it can be difficult to know where to start. There are some BIG differences between the major brands like Panasonic, Sony, Canon and Nikon! Choosing the ‘Best Camera Brand’ is not a clean cut decision though… Which is ‘Best’ is highly subjective, and what works for you may not work so well for others…

While all individual DSLR (and mirrorless) camera models are unique, each of the brands has it’s own approach to software, features and functionality that tend to carry across the range – meaning that some brands are better suited for some requirements and workflows than others.

Whether you are in the market to purchase and looking to compare cameras & DSLR brands to find the best DSLR Camera for you, or you’re happy with your current model and just wondering what it’s like on ‘the other side’, then this video is designed to help provide an additional perspective.

Please let us know do you agree that we are in the golden age of cameras? Also, what brand is more attractive to you.

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Best Photography Equipment List for Beginners

If you are a beginner in photography, there are a few key types of equipment that are considered essential gear and you should have them. Once you have built up the necessary photography skills, then you can invest further in photography equipment. Assuming you already have an effective camera for photography, here’s an essential photography equipment list to get you started on the right foot.

Camera Tripod

Few camera accessories are necessary such as a tripod. Whether you are shooting a portrait, landscape, night, street, or even wedding photography, you are going to need a tripod at some point or another. Tripods are very useful in low-light environments as the stability of a tripod allows you to take longer-exposure shots without any shake of the camera.

Remote Shutter Release

remote shutter release is useful as it lets you “take a shot” without touching the camera body, which eliminates the potential for camera shake and accidental blurring. It is most often used in conjunction with a tripod.

Prime Lens

As you enhance your photography skills, you wll end up purchasing plenty of different  types of lens from that let you take all kinds of shots. But in the beginning, you will be better off starting with a single prime lens. Why you should go for a prime lens? Because the inability of it allows you to zoom and can teach you a lot about proper composition techniques. With a fixed camera lens, you have to think through your shots more, which stretches your skills and helps you improve faster. For Canon and Nikon, the 50mm f/1.8 prime lens is the cheapest lenses, making it a great piece of photography equipment for beginners.

Photography Lighting Equipment

Every photographer needs flash at some shoot, even if you do not intend to shoot in the dark always. It is recommended to not use the built-in flash on your camera body. Instead, spend a little bit on your photography lighting equipment and use an external flash unit.

SD Memory Cards

It is always better to have a handful of smaller SD cards than one big SD card. That way, there occurs any problem or if a card ever gets corrupted, you still have other options to use. There is nothing worse scenario than being unable to shoot because your only card died.

Camera Cleaning Kit

Dust, dirt and moisture can always get into camera bodies, lenses, and other accessories. In the worst case, your expensive camera and lenses may suffer permanent damage. Not paying attention to camera maintenance may be the most expensive mistake you can ever make. That is why you should learn how to properly clean camera gear yourself with a camera cleaning kit.

Camera Strap

As soon as you collected all the other stuff listed, you should go for a quality camera strap. The difference between a good strap and a kit strap is like night and day, and you definitely won’t regret it.

Camera Bag

Once you have all the aforementioned items bought, you will obviously need to carry it all with a properly designed bag for the shoot. Photography equipment is only useful if you have it with you when you want to take pictures! Beginners should consider this large DSLR gadget bag from For the price, you won’t find another bag that feels as robust and durable. If you intend to also carry a laptop around with you, then you may want to consider the DSLR and laptop backpack instead.

Photography Studio Equipment

If you are looking to get started in setting up a small studio and practice working with lights, backdrops and models then you will need to add a few essential pieces of photography studio equipment to the mentioned list. A fully professional photography studio outfit probably has more lights than you can count on your fingers. If you are just about to start, begin with some entry-level softbox lights or umbrella lights.

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Best Cameras In 2021

The Best Cameras In 2021: DSLR Cameras For Beginners, Enthusiasts, and Professionals

The best cameras have to do all sorts of jobs, from wedding, to high-resolution commercial photography of sports to video . The best cameras are some of the most hardy and reliable thing around – as mirrorless camera technology becomes more common. While mirrorless cameras can be tempting propositions, the best DSLRs can offer incredible shooting experiences, often incorporating mirrorless technology and features, such as on-sensor phase-detection autofocus and m

 Nikon D3500

Nikon D3500 is budget friendly, light, small and easy to use camera– all the qualities that beginners can be appealed also. It seems as if camera system is advancing at great speed right now, but this camera has all the qualities we look into for in a beginner’s camera, and we still haven’t found anything to touch it at this price.

Type: DSLR

Sensor: APS-C

Megapixels: 24.2MP

Lens mount: Nikon F (DX)

Screen: 3in, 921,000 dots

Max burst speed: 5fps

Max video resolution: 1080p (Full HD)

 User level: Beginner

Canon EOS 90D

This is the best Canon camera for enthusiasts that left few professional videographers and photographers taking a look too. It came with groundbreaking specifications that no other camera in this category can match at all.

Type: DSLR

Sensor: APS-C

Megapixels: 32.5MP

Lens mount: Canon EF-S

Screen: 3in vari-angle touchscreen, 1,040,000 dots

 Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 10fps

Max video resolution: 4K UHD

User level: Enthusiast

Nikon D7500

Nikon followers looking for an all-round equivalent to the all purpose Canon EOS 90D should also take a look at the Nikon D7500. It offers a slightly faster 8fps continuous shooting speed, and a proven 51-point autofocus system with the ability to capture 4K video at once. This camera has a lower resolution (20MP vs 32.5MP) but in real-scenes shooting its high performance sensor delivers potos which are not far behind the results by the Canon, despite the difference in megapixels.

Type: DSLR

Sensor: APS-C

Megapixels: 20.9MP

Lens mount: Nikon DX

Screen: 3.2in tilting touchscreen, 922,000 dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 8fps

 Max video resolution: 4K

User level: Enthusiast

Nikon D780

Nikon D780 takes detection autofocus in the on-sensor phase of Nikon’s own mirrorless Z6 to offer a DSLR with mirrorless camera live view in fantastic performance! This camera is like a supercharged, modernised version of Nikon’s popular D750 model. Nikon D780 doesn’t just have advanced live view but it also comes with a high resolution tilting touchscreen, dual UHS-II compatible memory card slots , 4K UHD video, and continuous shooting speeds about 12fps in live view mode.

Type: DSLR

 Sensor: Full frame

Megapixels: 24.4MP

Lens mount: Nikon FX

Screen: 3.2in tilting screen, 2,359k dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

Max burst speed: 7/12fps

Max video resolution: 4K UHD

User level: Enthusiast/professional

Canon EOS 6D Mark II

We adore Nikon D780, but Canon EOS 6D Mark II has been in the market longer and has much impressive feature. The 26-megapixel sensor is more than enough, it also does have Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF system, so the autofocus in live view is very speedy and effective.

Type: DSLR

Sensor: Full frame

Megapixels: 26.2MP

 Lens mount: Canon EF

Screen: 3.2in vari-angle touchscreen, 1,040,000 dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

 Max burst speed: 6.5fps

Max video resolution: 1080p (Full HD)

User level: Enthusiast

 Nikon D850

Nikon D850 is a costly camera but its features put it in a class of its own. It has 45.7MP resolution, and 153-point autofocus system. It can capture pictures at 7 frames per second – or 9fps with an optional MB-D18 battery power.

Type: DSLR

Sensor: Full frame

Megapixels: 45.7MP

 Lens mount: Nikon FX

Screen: 3.2in tilting touchscreen, 2,359,000 dots

Viewfinder: Pentaprism

 Max burst speed: 7fps

Max video resolution: 4K

User level: Enthusiast/professional


Choosing the best professional camera is not just about picking the one with the most enticing specifications but you have to look at the camera as a whole, its model, its lenses, and what is set to be released in its future. Before choosing a system, it is worth asking yourself a lsit of questions: 

1) Are you switching from a different systems? If you are switching from a different system, it is worth looking well into whether there is any potential compatibility between your existing and new system. Existing system migration is much simpler and cheaper than starting with a whole new setup again.

2) What lenses will you need? Think about the typeof work you need and the lenses you reuqire for the purpose and check whether the system you are choosing can meet those requirements.

3) DSLR or mirrorless? It does sometimes feel like mirrorless is getting around the world, but the best DSLR cameras do still have their advantages, like the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III, are making new ground.

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DJI OM 4: New Tool for Vloggers

DJI OM 4 is perfect for different fields especially for Vloggers and travel Vloggers because some people prefer using their mobile phone to shoot during traveling and also at some tourist places cameras are not allowed so people use to shoot from mobile phones there so this device is very useful on such occasions as this helps you to shoot easily rather than holding a mobile phone in hand.

DJI OM 4 In Pakistan provides you with many features like, it supports a mobile phone up to 3.3” wide. It has a magnetic mobile phone mount with a sensor. The magnetic phone clamp and magnetic ring holder allows effortless capture whenever inspiration strikes. Attach your smart phone to DJI OM 4, and there you go for perfect filming on the go. It is easy to balance and has a handle set of 15°. DJI OM 4 is packed with one-of-a-kind features that ensure truly magnetic content. It is easily connectable to a mobile phone through the app or Bluetooth 5. It supports a large battery of 2450mAh with 15 hours battery time and keep approx 2 hours 30 minutes to fully charge. It has a USB port of Type A and Type C for input and output. It has gesture controller feature that can help you record video or take a selfie according to your hand movement. It provides functions such as to shoot in landscape , portrait form, Time laps, etc. This DJI om 4 comes with sports mode for a fast shoot. It also allows you to take a star trail light trail, and blurred pictures without a tripod and within one-second-long exposure.

DJI Osmo Mobile 4 Features At Glance

  • DJI Osmo Mobile 4  produces a super smooth view even if you are running somewhere. It supports a heavier mobile due to large torque.
  • DJI Osmo Mobile 4  gives you a feature of dynamic zoom.
  • DJI Osmo Mobile 4  remains cool after long-time use.
  • DJI Osmo Mobile 4 is easy to use due to gesture.
  • DJI Osmo Mobile 4  produces high energy.
  • DJI Osmo Mobile 4  has a magnetic ring holder by which the mobile is connected by a stick.
  • DJI Osmo 4 can be controlled by gesture and magnetically mounted on a joystick.
  • DJI Osmo Mobile 4  works with Bluetooth and a mobile app.
  • DJI Osmo Mobile 4  supports a good grip of 15°.
  • DJI osmo Mobile 4 comes with magnetic release and foldable design.

Magnetic Appeal

The Osmo Mobile 4 has remarkable feature of the new magnetic grip. There are two ways you can use this grip. The first is to use the down clamp system, which grabs the sides of your phone and then attaches to the gimbal via magnet. The second way is stick a ring-style holder (it looks like a PopSocket) on the back of your phone, and it snaps into the magnetic attachment system. 

The clamp-free system has some unique feature of less calibration. Every time you put your phone in the clamp, it needs to know where the level is and requires recalibration. The ring magnetic mount always ensure your phone is always exactly where it was. You only need to place once, and, provided you won’t remove the sticky mount from your phone.

Software Slump

If you are owning an iPhone, DJI’s Mimo app is awesome. First and foremost, thats to say that, the frame rates and shooting capabilities are determined by your phone. With the latest iPhone – means up to 4K at 60 frames per second.

The good thing is about it is that, you do not technically need the app if you just want still footage. You can use whatever video software you would like to shoot with. But the Mimo app helps you tap into most of the intelligent shooting features adapted from the company’s drones. It means features like ActiveTrack, Hyperlapse, and Motionlapse to get great videos you would not otherwise be able to do it with your phone.

The DJI Osmo 4 price in Pakistan are very reasonable and it is easily available on our website. For more guidance on this product please contact us at: [email protected] or call: +923122951169.