The AirClip is the First One-Handed Steady-Cam Device for the iPhone 4/4S, No More Shaky Videos, and No More Blurry Photos

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Award-winning mobile media company launches a new mobile accessory called The AirClip that helps keep your iPhone steady while recording video, or taking pictures.

The AirClip is a one-piece device that steadies your hand while taking video or pictures. By helping the user hold the phone in a more natural way, The AirClip makes the iPhone more stable, and therefore greatly improves or eliminates the natural tendency people have to "shake" their phone while filming or taking pictures. If you’ve ever watch a mobile video on YouTube, then you know how hard it can be to watch.

By using The AirClip, users can shoot or record video in a variety of positions (portrait, landscape, even upside-down), or they can even use it as a hands free stand for FaceTime or Skype video calling. The AirClip is small, portable, and most importantly affordable.

AirCast Mobile’s Founder & CEO, Mike Linhardt explains how the company came up with the idea for The AirClip:

“AirCast Mobile is a mobile media company focused on mobile video solutions. During the beta-testing of our AirCastLive and JamCast iPhone apps, we realized that all of our test videos were coming out very shaky. After looking at the reasons why, we discovered that the shakiness was due to the way that people hold their phone while recording videos or taking pictures. We discovered that most people hold their iPhone with one hand, and then operate it with the other. That leads to a tendency to shake the iPhone while using it. To solve this problem, we invented The AirClip. After many revisions, we realized that there was a better, more natural way of holding the iPhone. Now with The AirClip, shaky videos or blurry iPhone pictures are a thing of the past!"

The AirClip is available at http://www.aircastmobile.com, and at http://www.theairclip.com/

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