My Top 5 iPhone Gadgets For Vlogging - GIVEAWAY

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Phones have really come a long way when it comes to photography and videography, and oftentimes we forget and neglect the power we have right in our hands! I'm guilty of this because I always complain about NOT having a vlogging camera, then there's my husband saying, USE YOUR IPHONE! He's right! My iPhone is more than capable of shooting great videos, it's extremely light and convenient to use, and it is actually what I have been using in my past few vlogs! 

Today, I will be sharing with you some gadgets that make my iPhone vlogging more convenient and enjoyable! Continue reading to the end for an awesome giveaway! #PhotojojoEveryday

My Top 5 iPhone Vlogging Essentials:


If you watch a lot of YouTubers, you already know what I'm talking about. Having a tripod makes vlogging so much easier! Not only does it help you grip your phone or camera better, it allows you to have different perspectives, as well as get static shots. The one that I have and personally love using is this one from Manfrotto.


This is so self-explanatory! Recording videos require more power and it usually drains the battery of your device a lot quicker! Having a charger and charging cables with you at all times is a must! It's so much easier to visit a coffee shop to get some juice, than to go through half a day with a dead phone. Imagine all the footage you could have filmed! #crey

The ones that I carry in my bag are these ones from Photojojo! What I love about this charger is that it has four USB slots, so it's very group-friendly.


Now, if you don't have the luxury to borrow electricity from a coffee shop or restaurant, having a Power Bank is the next best option! If you have this, you have the power, literally! This Photojojo Power Bank allows you to never be low on battery. And like the wall charger, this one is able to charge more than one device (two devices) at once! 


This is optional but I highly recommend it! If you have been watching my few recent vlogs, you've already seen my Photojojo Wide Angle Lens in action. iPhone camera lenses just give a different look and feel which sometimes help with your video's overall message. What makes the Photojojo lens more special than the other iPhone lenses in the market right now, is its clip-on ability, which allows us to use the lens on both the front and the back cameras of our phones. To me, that is simply genius! No need for a special iPhone case that has a built-in bulky lens. The Photojojo Everyday Lens can be used on a naked phone, or even with the fattest of cases. 

Below are a few before and after shots using both the wide angle and macro lenses. And if you want video references, watch my last two vlogs. :)

PhotoJojo Everyday Lens

without the lens

Photojojo Everyday Lens

without the lens

PhotoJojo Everyday Lens

with the wide angle lens

Photojojo Everyday Lens

with the macro lens


Last but definitely not least, a little baggy to house all your little gadgets! This gizmo bag from Photojojo has so many pockets and compartments that can hold all your loose electronic stuff. Using a gadget bag like this helps minimize the stress that tangled cords bring, and it's nice to have all your gadgets in one place!

So those were my TOP 5 iPhone Vlogging Essentials, and I hope that you learned a few tips and tricks when it comes to mobile vlogging.

Photojojo partnered up with me to give away the entire Photojojo Everyday kit! You read that right! ALL OF IT! This is what you'll win: *phone not included hehe*

Photojojo Everyday

All you have to do:

  1. Follow me on Instagram: @corinthsuarez
  2. Follow Photojojo on Instagram: @photojojo
  3. Find the giveaway post on my feed, and like it.
  4. Tag as many friends as you want. One friend per comment.
  5. Winner will be announced in three days on Instagram, September 30th.

PS: Only public accounts are able to join so it's easy for me to tally entries. Open worldwide. 

What is your favorite vlogging camera? Do you use your iPhone like I do?

DISCLAIMER: This post is in collaboration with Photojojo, but as always, all thoughts and opinions expressed here are entirely my own.