Hosting a Webinar or Streaming on Zoom or Twitch? Here's the Setup You Need.
iRig gives you everything to record professional audio and video.
Looking to do something a little different during quarantine? Whether you're still working or not, right now is a great time to get creative. Maybe it's time to host your small business's webinar on Zoom, or stream video on YouTube or Twitch, or even finally launch your own podcast. Whatever you decide to make, you'll want a quality setup to make it look professional — and it doesn't have to cost you much. The iRig Video Creator Tool Bundle comes in at under $100 and delivers everything you need for a solid home recording experience.
This complete kit includes an iKlip Grip Pro bracket, an iKlip Grip Pro handle, tripod, and extender, which together will make sure your phone stays mounted at the perfect angle. A remote Bluetooth shutter will allow you to start recording in place without another human around, and the iRig Mic HD 2 mic delivers quality audio.
And because our homes don't always have the best lighting, the included LED ring light gives you a wide range of color and brightness options to choose from. Plus, the ¼" UNC mount on top of the iKlip Grip Pro makes it easy to mount any additional accessories.
If you want to create legitimate video content, you'll need a legitimate setup. The iRig Video Creator Tool Bundle is normally $99.99 but you can save 10 percent when you get it for $89.99. You can also upgrade to the iRig Video Creator HD Tool Bundle for $169.99, saving 15 percent off the original price.
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