Like the original Padcaster, the Mini features an aluminum frame and a
flexible insert that cradles the iPad, absorbing vibrations and keeping
it snugly in place.
Incorporated into the frame are multiple 1/4-20 and 3/8-16 threaded
holes. When combined with included cold shoe adapters, these can be used
for mounting third-party accessories such as lights and shotgun mics.
Additionally, a hole in the bottom lets the rig be mounted on a tripod.
The device also features a removable lens mount bracket, which allows
users to position their own wide or telephoto lens over the iPad's
According to its inventor, New York-based film-maker Josh Apter, the
Padcaster Mini could also be used for applications such as a mounting
frame for a DSLR, a portable lighting bracket, or (with an iPad mini
inside) a teleprompter.
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