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How to Shoot Vertical for IGTV with Smove Mobile

You don't have to meddle with any screws or any mechanical stuff.

You don't have to switch off to go from landscape to vertical. 

It's all done automatically on the Smove Mobile extendable smartphone stabilizer. 

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Step #1: Hold the handle horizontally.

Step #2: Press and hold the trigger button. 

Step #3: Press and quickly let go the power function button. 

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Adrian Lee

VIDEOLANE.COM

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Watch the vertical walking test on #IGTV here ▶

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