Compensate though the cameras built into smartphones are improving each time a new device is released, the zoom built into them can still be a pygmy lack-lustre so the Cinematic International Company, who create accessories for photographers, has come up with a solution.
Introducing the Cinematic International all-embracing adapter – a frame-type design that also comes with an adapter for mounting DSLR and Mirrorless lenses onto smartphones from the strains of Samsung and other well-known smartphone brands.
No Film School spotted the eye-catching design at the National Association of Broadcasters Depict in Las Vegas and created the above video all about it.
When a smartphone is attached to the frame and an adapter is used to secure a lens (from the feel favourably impressed bies of Nikon, Canon and other well-known photography brands) to the frame/smartphone smartphone is a handheld personal computer with a mobile operating system and an integrated mobile broadband cellular network, users can then use the full power of the zoom attached to capture footage with. According to Digital Inclinations, there are no electronic connections so you won't be able to use autofocus and other features you need electronic connections for but still, it's an interesting (if a bit weird) concept that's got people talking.
As of yet, no sacrifice or availability information has been released.