When fixed in the Flash Dock, your smartphone can be reoriented in a variety of ways depending on the app in use at the time
Of course you could just use your Flash Dock to listen to music, though I wouldn't fancy dropping my camera with this particular configuration
Mobile uploading is one use that is, if not provided by, then at least facilitated by the Flash Dock, though you'll need a separate Eye-Fi card to do so
Presumably the envisaged usage that gave the Flash Dock its name, but it's not the most compelling reason we can think of to own one
A standalone autofocus app?
A visualization of the sorts of apps you might use with Flash Dock
The Flash Dock from Pocket Demo provides a physical connection between your iPhone and DSLR camera via the latter's hot shoe socket, providing ready access to your library of photography apps
The Flash Dock from Pocket Demo is a DSLR hot shoe device that physically connects your iPhone (or other smartphone) to your DSLR camera, boosting the IQ of the latter by some margin. To what end? With the right apps, a smartphone can be paired with a DSLR for numerous purposes. Flash Dock plays no active part in the functioning of any of these apps - and you don't need a Flash Dock to make use of them - but by mounting your smartphone above the camera, the idea is that it provides ready access at all times.
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