Highlights from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

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The Joby Action Grip is a floating handle for your actioncam (Photo: Simon Crisp/Gizmag.co...

Action cameras don't have to be mounted to the chest of a sky-diver, the back of a dog, or the helmet of someone mowing the lawn, to shoot interesting footage. The new Joby Action Grip and Pole are action-oriented accessories designed to help users shoot from different perspectives while retaining hand-held control over their camera. Gizmag recently spent a bit of time with the kit ahead of its release.  Read More

The AB-1 is designed to keep electronic devices from being shaken to bits

There are plenty of systems that let you mount your smartphone on your bike's handlebars, but do you really want all those road vibrations going straight into your phone? While most bar-mount phone cases do have a thin layer of silicone inside them, Juin Tech's AB-1 suspension mount goes a lot farther – it utilizes an actual coil spring shock absorber to isolate phones, lights, GPS units or other devices from the shakes.  Read More

The Magic Phone Stand seems to make your smartphone appear as if it's floating in mid-air

There are many smartphone stands on the market already, so getting our attention is pretty tough. The Magic Phone Stand has done just that, though, with a mount that makes your device appear as if it's floating in mid-air.  Read More

The Allo holds the phone and plays the tunes

We've seen plenty of smartphone mounts for bikes, along with a lot of handlebar-mounted speakers. The Allo speaker/case, however, is claimed to be the first device to combine the two in one unit.  Read More

A view of the BikeConsole Smart Mount for iPhone 5S in use in landscape mode

A product we see very often is the smartphone bike mount. A company called Bike2Power isn't revolutionizing the design of such mounts, but what it is bringing to the table is full iPhone 5s support, including access to the Touch ID fingerprint scanner.  Read More

Mockup of the Gyromatic Go2X Gimbal Stabilizer for the GoPro

Action shots used to be hard to acquire, with camcorders and digital cameras not exactly up to the task. Now, with the rise in popularity of cameras like the GoPro, anyone can get the shots they want with minimal effort. Though these cameras are good at capturing action, some shots are still difficult to acquire and keep stable, and that's where the Gyromatic Go2X Gimbal Stabilizer comes into play, as it keeps those shots clean and smooth.  Read More

The Sigma lens mount conversion service means photographers can change their camera brand,...

If you've invested in a specific interchangeable lens camera system, but want to change your photographic allegiance to another brand, you're normally stuck with the prospect of selling your current lenses to fund replacements. Sigma hopes to make switching camera brands easier with the launch of a mount conversion service, which will adapt its lenses to work on your new camera of choice.  Read More

The MagBak can be mounted to any metal surface and others with the help of the metalic O-R...

Mounts for iPad are thick on the ground, but the creators of MagBak are looking to stand out from the crowd with a slimmed down approach to attaching the tablet to any surface that also keeps the Smart Cover closed and provides a convenient grip.  Read More

Clipless is strong enough to be used at the gym

A company known as They Innovate has designed Clipless, a mounting device that fastens a smartphone to almost any place imaginable. A wall, clothing, car dashboards, and essentially anything with a moderately flat surface will work with it, according to the creators.  Read More

The FUMM is designed to be used anywhere

The FUMM offers a very interesting take on the basic goal of propping a smartphone in a useful position. Instead of being restricted to only certain devices or angles, its flexible arms and nano suction pads offer a level of versatility not often seen in similar products.  Read More

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