The Pocket Spotlight mounted on my pathetic smartphone
Doing some serious smartphone photography, with the Pocket Spotlight
The Pocket Spotlight's hot shoe mount
The Pocket Spotlight's smartphone earphone plug mount
My artistic masterpiece, "Gargoyle With a Cell Phone," lit with my camera's built-in flash
"Gargoyle With a Cell Phone," lit with the Pocket Spotlight
Gizmag takes a hands-on look at Photojojo's Pocket Spotlight photographic light source
The Pocket Spotlight recharges via a USB connection
A shot of my DJI Phantom, taken using the camera's built-in flash
A shot of my DJI Phantom, taken using the Pocket Spotlight
A shot of my DJI Phantom, taken using the Pocket Spotlight and with the white balance set to "cloudy outdoor"
Never before have I so wished that I could use a device for taking photos of that device. That was certainly the case with Photojojo’s US$30 Pocket Spotlight, however. It’s simply a tiny battery-powered array of 32 LED bulbs, that provide a source of soft, even light as an alternative to the harsh light of a flash. While serious photographers will already have proper lighting systems of their own, it’s a nice tool for all the point-and-shooters out there.
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