When we first came up with the Hitcase 4/4S we had a vision that the future of photography and video making would be the norm on smartphones. It’s good to know we’re on the right track as Pixar co-founder and movie maker extraordinaire John Lasseter predicts the next big thing for movies is the iPhone and GoPro.
“[The iPhone and GoPro] give a vibrancy you have never been able to have before … I think a new film grammar is going to come with these things,” Lasseter said, according to Variety.
The much requested and hotly anticipated and redesigned Hitcase for iPhone 6 is now ready for pre 0rders! The new Hitcase has swappable lenses, better audio ports, a slimmer profile and many other improvements.
How often have you wanted to quickly mount your Hitcase on your car or gear but didn’t want to permanently glue on a mount? We’ve got your solution right here.
The Hitcase Mini SuckR is a tiny suction mount that is both strong and quick mounting. You can suction mount it to your car, boat, window or any flat surface in seconds. A quick snap latch and a unique suction material secures the SuckR to any clean smooth surface.
“Shot Entirely On An iPhone Using Hitcase”. That’s a phrase you will be seeing a lot more often now. Look at this footage from snow afficionados Doglotion.com put together of their ski trip to Japan. The quality of the video coming from the iPhone constantly amazes us. While the iPhone can provide extraordinary footage, Hitcase is the other part of the equation that allows you to get video in extreme conditions like snow, rain or even underwater. The swappable wide angle 3X SuperWide TrueLUX™ lens gives sharp high rez iPhone videos an immersive quality that sucks the viewer in.
Currently available for the iPhone 5S/5C/5, the Hitcase will be soon be available for all you iPhone 6 lovers out there. Be sure to get on our mail list so you’re the first to receive the shipping announcement. http://www.hitcase.com/iphone6
Thanks for the shout out People!
Did you see this piece from People as they document New York Fashion Week using a Hitcase? Reporter Erik Goldie goes backstage and front and center to shoot the happenings from both behind the scenes and beside the catwalk. You can see how the wide angle lens really captures all the commotion during makeup and a great front row perspectiv as the models strut their stuff on the catwalk.