The Padcaster is a strong lightweight aluminum frame pre-drilled with both 1/4-20 and 3/8-16 inch threaded holes lining all edges of the Padcaster. Allowing you to attach external microphones, lights and other camera accessories to enhance filming with the iPad.
Plus a tripod thread and locking-pin hole to easily connect the Padcaster to a tripod, monopod or shoulder mount and shoot with stablity.
See Padcaster product video
There is also the Lenscaster that you can attach lenses to the padcaster so you can have
more choice and controllability on how you shoot your images.
The Ipadcaster story how it got started video
This product is suited at video bloggers, news journalists, filmmakers,
educational establishments, iPad users/owners, video journalists who can take advantage of the
many ipad apps available for editing, grading and audio to edit their work on.
So you have a complete filmmaking, production and editing kit on in one device.
The Padcaster was featured in Macworld and named one of 25 cool things you may have missed at
NAB 2012 by TV Technology and well as numerous other sites and blog posts commenting on this
What can be achieved see this video shot on the Padcaster
Video test shot with an iPad3/new iPad and "The Padcaster", a prototype video rig built for iPads, tablets and phones.
Shot and Cut on the iPad3 (with some help from FCP7 & X)
A short padumentary by Josh Apter & Peter Olsen
learn how to shoot, cut and distribute using an iPad at
Manhattan Edit Workshop
music by Van Davis
Padcaster prototype #4
Cinevate 35mm adapter
Carl Zeiss 85mm f1.4
iMovie for iPad
Final Cut Pro 7
iPad 3 (the new iPad)
More information can be found at Padcaster.com