The Padcaster iPad case made up of an aluminum frame with a removable urethane insert, and is used for turning your Apple product into a broadcast rig now wants to make a Mini version.

Padcaster Mini

The outside of the Padcaster is a sturdy frame lined with 1/4-20 and 3/8-16 threaded holes for attaching lights, an external mic, or other camera gear.

With accessories attached you’ll probably want to use it on a tripod, shoulder mount or some other support, but the frame is wide and heavy enough – though not too heavy – to stand on its own for shooting or viewing. Plus the size and weight of the frame makes handheld shooting more comfortable, giving you a better, steadier grip.

The secure and flexible urethane insert lets you easily pop your iPad into the Padcaster—a snug fit for protection, confidence and steady shooting on-the-go.

For more information about the Padcaster Mini please hit up their Kickstarter campaign page.

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