If you could have one superpower, it would definitely be the ability to control the sun. Need your subject’s face lit just slightly to the left? No problem, you got this.
The new and improved Pocket Spotlight is even better than super powers because it doesn’t involve some weird mutation! It’s a continuous light source that you can use on and off your phone. More LEDs for brighter light and a smaller size so it’ll truly fit in your pocket. The Pocket Spotlight gives off a soft, even light in three different brightness settings: full strength, half strength and strobe. That strobe setting is gonna make for some sweet Vines, we just know it.
The Pocket Spotlight fits right into the headphone jack of any device you’re packing and pivots in two directions. Use that constant light for your photos or vids. The Spotlight even has an internal battery of its very own, so it won’t drain your phone and it charges up with a USB cable real quick.
Use the Pocket Spotlight for dramatic lighting indoors, or take the most flattering fireside selfie ever seen. Hold the spotlight off camera to control shadow direction, and create your best profile pic ever. Emphasis on the ‘pro’.
Who's got a pocketful of sunshine? You do!
But, my phone's camera already has a flash. Why would I need a different one?
Because this one is infinitely better. Promise! Your phone's flash is one small light that pops on briefly when a photo is snapped. The Pocket Spotlight has 72 LED lights for an even distribution of light and those LEDs are continuous, so you can better see your subject and adjust settings before taking the photo. The Pocket Spotlight also pivots in two directions, so you can point or bounce that light wherever you want. And it's super adorable, right?
So, I want to shoot a vid using the Pocket Spotlight, but my Mighty Mic is already plugged into my heaphone jack. Wat do?
Whoa, look at you go! We're seriously stoked for how this vid is gonna turn out. And no worries on the headphone jack, the Pocket Spotlight can be used off your phone as well. Have a friend help you out by holding the light where you want it. Or if you prefer working solo, you can use your tablet, old discman or anything with a standard headphone jack to hold the Pocket Spotlight in juuuust the right position.