Apple’s iPhone comes with a relatively decent camera, so it doesn’t come as surprise that many people use it to take photos regularly. It’s become so popular that many photography-related gadgets, gear, and lenses — like the iPhone Lens Dial and iPhone Lens Wallet — are now available for use with the popular smartphone.
You can also shoot video clips with the iPhone; although the mic is pretty bad at capturing audio. If you’ve been looking for a way to fix this, then look no further than the iPhone Boom Mic.
This small mic from Photojojo packs a lot of punch in a compact size. It attaches to the iPhone’s headphone jack and picks up audio to give your videos clear, professional-style sound (or so they say.)
It also comes with directional settings for near and far recording. This means that you can set it to capture sound coming from a certain direction, for example a stage on which your friend is performing.
The iPhone Boom Mic works with the iPod Touch, iPad, and iPhone 3GS, 4/4S and begins shipping on April 23rd from Photojojo for $40.