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Immo Phone Stabilizer to go into mass production in August

Not all people are great photographers. Some of us have really shaky hands and the results of our video sessions in movement are materials in which nothing is right and you can’t see anything. For those of us who have this problem, and not just for us, there is Immo, the phone stabilizer that promises to help users create steady videos even when on the move. Of course, it is not the first phone stabilizer we’ve ever seen but it is a good, small, and affordable one. Given the fact that the gadget is the object of a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter which already raised a lot more than its initial goal, it’s safe to state that the gadget will go into mass production in August, according to the plans of the manufacturers.

The Immo phone stabilizer is a single-axis, handheld gimbal stabilizer that also works as a selfie stick. It is lightweight, and it has a collapsible design, so it’s easy to carry around and it is also budget-friendly, so you don’t have to rob a bank in order to have some decent pictures and videos. Naturally, this would all mean nothing if the gadget weren’t easy to use. According to the manufacturers, it is. Even more, users don’t even need to install special apps on their smartphones in order to be able to use the gimbal. It also has a two-way mobile clamp that lets users instantly adjust the direction of the smartphone mount either horizontally or vertically, depending on their needs.

Immo comes with a Bluetooth remote control and it also pairs with the users’ smartphones via Bluetooth. Thanks to these features, it’s really easy to capture selfies from a distance, in case of need. The device has an extendable telescopic pole, so users can snap pictures from as far as 1.6 feet. The length of the pole varies from 0.6 feet to 1.6 feet. In case users want to take pictures from longer distances, they can do that with the remote control that was mentioned earlier.

Immo

Due to the magnetic design on the bottom of the stick, users can easily turn the selfie stick into a tripod, so it’s really easy to snap pictures without needing to ask strangers to do that for you. The remote control even has its own little post on the pole, so users don’t have to worry about losing it when they are not using it. The gadget is compatible with all popular smartphones, from Samsung devices through Apple, Huawei, Oppo, and Xiaomi smartphones all the way to Vivo and OnePlus handsets.

There are only a few hours until the crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter ends. Until then, backers can get an Immo stabilizer for prices starting from $34. It’s not quite clear yet what the normal retail price of the gadget will be so maybe it is a good idea to make sure you get one at the Kickstarter special price before the campaign ends. The Immo will go into mass production in August and start shipping to backers in September.

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