Leading stylus manufacturer, Adonit, is broadening its range and appeal with the UK launch of the Adonit Photogrip; a multi-use phone grip to transform a smartphone so it can be used just like a camera. The Photogrip can also be converted into a mini tripod and is accompanied by a Bluetooth shutter and camera remote to create the perfect group shot.

As smart phones get bigger, better and more slim-lined, users are seeking tools to ensure they can still use the basic applications expected of all mobile phones, including doubling as a camera. The Adonit Photogrip has multiple uses for a pain-free photo-taking process and makes photographers out of all smart phone users as it offers the following:

One hand operation: Users can comfortably hold their phone out in front of them with one hand to perfect that selfie with ease thanks to the grooved grip mark, avoiding any accidental slips and resulting cracked screen.

Self-standing mode: Photogrip can be positioned upright for self-standing portrait mode, allowing users to FaceTime, live stream on Instagram, view recipes in the kitchen and watch videos with friends.

Bluetooth shutter remote: The detachable Bluetooth shutter remote can be used up to 10 metres from the phone whether it be on the Photogrip’s mini tripod or self-standing mode. With no timer required, users can simply click the remote when they are ready.

Edit photos: Photogrip allows users to immediately edit their photos and boomerangs before sharing with friends on social media with the mini precision stylus included.

Jasper Li, CTO for Adonit comments, “It’s great to see the extension of our phone accessories range as we move beyond stylus’s and offer a great option for those looking to get the perfect shot using their smart phone. The Photogrip has multiple uses and is one of the first offering a stand, everyday handgrip for peace of mind as well as the tools to take portrait shots and edit swiftly for ultimate shareability.”

The Adonit Photogrip is compatible with iOS 5.0 and above and Android v4.3 and above. The Bluetooth connection requires v3.0 and the device will work with any phone from a minimum size of 4.5″. In addition, the Photogrip includes a carry pouch, neck strap and features a charge capacity of up to 20 hours, with the allowance to snap up to 72,000 photos.

The Adonit Photogrip is available from Amazon and Adonit for £44.99


By Jim O Brien/CEO

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