What is the iOgrapher?

The iOgrapher Mobile Media Case is a support case for your iPad 2,3,4, iPad Air 1 and 2, iPad Pro 9.7, iPad mini 2/3/4, iPhone 5/5s, iPhone 6/6s/7 and the iPhone 6Splus/6plus. It allows you to place accessories like microphones, lenses, lights, and tripods onto it for higher production quality.


Where is the iOgrapher made?

All iOgrapher cases are made in the USA! Chino, California to be exact. The accessories we sell are made in the US and other parts of the world.

Why is there vignetting on my photos! Is something wrong?

No, nothing is wrong! You will get a little bit of vignetting every so often since you're really stretching the focal length of your fixed iPhone lens. Good news is the vignetting can be cropped out in any photo-editing app or pinched out with two fingers.


Do you offer an education discount?

Yes we love education and support schools! Email us at amelia@iographer.com for a discount code or to send a PO.


Do you accept purchase orders?

We accept purchase orders from schools. Please send them to amelia@iographer.com


Where else besides the website can I buy an iOgrapher?

The iOgrapher is available at B and H Photo, Amazon. We are adding more outlets soon!

 

Where do you ship? 

We ship worldwide from California. We also have distributors in Canada, UK and Australia. http://www.iographer.com/pages/where-to-buy

How do you attach a tripod to the iOgrapher case?

There is a 1/4 20 screw mount located at the bottom of each iOgrapher case. This will allow you to attach your iOgrapher to any standard tripod or monopod!

What is the difference between the Rode Video Micro and Rode Video Mic GO ?

The VideoMic Go and VideoMicro both utilize the camera’s battery in order to power the mic. In that case they are similar but that is really where the similarities end.

The VideoMicro is a cardioid patterned small diaphragm compact condenser for Mobile and Camera use. It is great for close proximity 3 – 7 Ft recording, home recordings, vlogging and any tight area recording you may need to do. It’s great as a videographer in any environment that is hard to get into for size reasons and of course any areas that may have a lot of sound reflection given a cardioid patterned mic has complete rear rejection. It is an excellent entry level mic for the home recorder but does employ a wide pickup range.

The VideoMic Go is an entry level Shotgun Microphone. Its Super Cardioid pattern is much more directional than the Micro, picking up sound from directly in front of the mic up to about 10 ft and rejecting sound from the sides. This is very good in noisy environments when you are trying to pick out a subject to record, news castings, dialogue for movies, and any other type of recording that may need you to zero in on a subject. The GO is a great learning tool and stepping stone for working with higher end shotgun mics for on camera, like the VideoMic Pro, and employs the similar physics to working with our upper end Shotgun NTG series mics.