ProtoSports has announced a new X Mount Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to fund the production of a new video stand for all types of Smartphones that will lend a helping hand to golfers, hunters, skate boarders, outdoor adventure guides, X gamers and many other types of professional sports enthusiasts that use Smartphone videos to record their trips, tricks, stunts and practice sessions to improve their game.
"Unlike other expensive tripods and bulky video stands, the X Mount provides an affordable, light weight design that allows the entire kit to be rolled up and carried in any average-sized backpack," said Kyle Stiles, ProtoSports' CEO. "The portable design makes it easy to carry around and setup when the perfect opportunity presents itself."
Golfers can use the X Mount in golf carts with the clamp attachment for GPS or videos and use the cross clip backing to turn their alignment rods into a mobile monopod to record swings anywhere on the golf course. Skate boarders can shoot a video from the bottom of a perfect stair rail as they grind their way to perfection. Hunters and anglers can set up the X Mount from a tree stand or on the bow of their boat to document their trophy acquisitions as they happen, even the ones that got away will be caught on video.
In addition to videos, the X Mount can also be utilized by photographers who want to take still shots at group events, weddings, parties and other types of events.
To pre-order an affordable X Mount Smartphone mount via the Kickstarter campaign, visit: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/667763688/x-mount-not-your-typical-smartphone-mountits-mobil
There are many different Smartphone mounts, but they usually serve a particular purpose. They may be designed for cars, tripods, outdoor video, etc., but the X Mount can do it all. It is designed with a spring loaded body to ensure that phones are safe and secure.
One of the coolest accessories for the X Mount is its bendable attachment arm. The arm is equipped with a clamp at one end that allows you to attach your device to any surface edge. Another option is a spiked rod that can be inserted into ground for remote shots in outdoor environments.