In the photo world, there is a certain breed of photographer who gravitates towards those tricky and obscure shots. Sometimes, human hands alone are not enough to capture those angles. We may have opposable thumbs, but nature has granted us only a limited capacity to manipulate our motion. Lenz a Hand is out to help photographers who need a tool that is capable of stabilizing the camera while providing the range of motion a tripod simply doesn’t deliver. Even despite that, the Lenz A Hand is fully finctional with a monopod and tripod as well. Pretty nifty, eh?
It’s a little piece of hardware that attaches to the lens of your DSLR, providing a handgrip for additional control of the camera. If you shoot video with your photo camera, you already know how difficult it can be to get a stable image. Think of the possibilities! Now, you can be like Kubrick in The Shining, capturing long and intricate tracking shots with your DSLR.
Lenz A Hand is also out to lend a helping hand (see what I did there?!) to people who dream of capturing great images, but have limited hand mobility. This could be the tool that changes your life. Lenz A Hand is designed with your imagination in mind, meaning that there are plenty of uses for this thing that are still yet to be discovered. Maybe you have a big shoot coming up and need an assist with supporting your camera all day long. Maybe you want to comfortably dangle the camera off the side of a building or shoot out of a helicopter. The Lenz A Hand has your back.
The device comes with a removable handle and is packaged with its very own carrying case. So it will fit right in with the rest of your photo equipment. Interested? Check out Lenz A Hand here.