Hi there. The Lituptech team is always on the lookout for cool tech gizmos that would be useful to our audience. This time round, we have carefully compiled a list of Cool Tech Gizmos that Content Creators would appreciate.
The list incorporates tech Gadgets for content creators in all stages, whether you’re a beginner, a casual videographer, a semi-professional, or a Professional, our list has something for you. Here are some really Cool Tech Gadgets and Gizmos for Content Creators.
Cool and Best Tech Gadgets and Gizmos for content creators
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Cameras || Drones || Monitors || Accessories
DJI MINI 3 PRO (Best Beginner Drone)
Weighing at just under 250 grams, this is a beginner friendly mini drone, with some impressive ‘Pro’ features. For starters, this super lightweight drone can shoot up to 4K/60FPS video, and 48MP stills. It features a 1/1.3-inch sensor, that supports dual native ISO and an f/1.8 aperture for high quality photos during the day and night. It also allows for direct output of HDR footage. In addition, the redesigned gimbal rotates 90 degrees, allowing true vertical shooting for portrait shots, ideal for social media.
It features tri-directional obstacle sensing and APAS 4.0 allowing you to fly with confidence, even as a beginner. Its flight time of 34 minutes is equivalent to that of bigger drones. You can even upgrade the flight time to 47 minutes by using the Inteligent Flight Battery Plus (sold separately). In addition, it folds so it’s truly pocketable. It could be your next vacation camera especially because it’s so easy to fly.
You also get some very intuitive story telling features like Timelapse, Mastershots and Focus Track 4.0. Lastly, its tiny size means that in many countries, it won’t require a drone license.
Philips 439P9H (Ultrawide Monitor)
Now there’s a 43-inch smaller version of Philips’ original 49-inch ultra-wide monitor. Its full resolution is 3820×1200 and it has a 10-bit color and 95% of the P3 wide-color gamut. It is a great awesome display. It has a USB-C hub that provides power and connects to devices like your phone, MacBook using a single cable.
DJI Osmo Mobile 6 (Best HandHeld MObile Gimbal)
The camera on your phone might be pretty good and even capable of recording 2160p (4K) Video. However, one of the biggest challenges is getting stabilized videos while holding the phone with your bare hands. DJI brings you another awesome tech gadget, The ‘DJI Osmo mobile 3’, a lightweight handheld gimbal that takes smooth shots, has a built-in battery and can even track subjects. Read the full DJI OSMO Mobile 3 Review.
The Leica SL2 (Best Compact Camera)
This is a huge (fashionably late) entrance by Leica into the trend of making smaller, travel-friendly cameras with full-frame sensors (equivalent to full 35mm). The 47-megapixel sensor and 2160p (4K) 60fps video shooting tells you just how powerful this camera is. With Leica’s SL lenses, it’s quick to autofocus and can continuously shoot 20fps. You get an astounding image quality from the huge amount of detail from the sensor and image processing is also quite impressive. It is really expensive, but we still want it bad!
Our major complain about AirPods right now is that they only come in white. We’d really love it if we could, at the very least, have AirPods with colors that match our phones. Colorware comes to the rescue as you can order a pair of AirPods that are custom finished in a variety of hues, like, gloss, matt or metallic finishes. You can even choose individual colors for each bud and if you pay an extra $50, you can choose the color for the case.
This is well-built, very solid power bank from RavPower. It carries two LG batteries that deliver a total output of 29W. Moreover, You can connect two devices at the same time using the USB-A and USB-C ports and a USB-C cable comes with the carrying pouch. With the two devices connected, the USB-C port sends up to 18W while the USB-A sends the rest (11W). When only the USB-C port is connected, it sends all 29W through that single cable. It takes three hours to charge the power bank over USB-C and nine hours over USB-A.
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