You deserve to be in the picture too!

If you are the photographer, YOU ARE SELDOM IN THE PICTURE.

The XShot camera extender includes you in the pictures that you take! No more awkward photos from doing the single-arm stretch. With the XShot you can capture a full background instead of just faces. Because the XShot extends over 3 feet, you can have up to 10 people in the picture! The XShot closes to 9 inches for easy transport. Durable metal and only weighs 5 ounces!

The XShot is also great for making films and video diaries.  Since the camera is pointing at you, you are always in the frame.  It’s like having your own personal camera man.

It’s great for travelers, families and anyone that loves to take pictures and not be left out of the pictures anymore.  Extend, Aim, and Smile.

Such a simple and brilliant idea!

  • You may not always want to trust a stranger with your brand new camera
  • There isn’t anyone around to take a picture of you on top of the mountain…
  • There is no time or space to set up a tripod
  • You want to take easy pictures and videos on the go, to post on your blog or social network.

Why choose the XShot?

  • The XShot is very high quality product with a unique durable metal shaft and high quality components including a very easy to use camera adapter.
  • Aiming from 3 feet away is like having someone else take the picture and allows you to fit several people and a nice background.
  • The camera extender with the best features:  solid, extremely light, very compact when closed and telescopic up to 3 feet, with universal camera attachment and with a new support for heavier cameras and camcorders (maximum 570g).
  • XShot allows you to reach high spots in crowds and concerts, take photos from fun angles and in places difficult to reach, and even make 3D videos…
  • Makes it easy and fun to take pictures and videos for blogging and sharing on social networks
  • So small it fits in any purse, bag, or back pocket.
  • Lots of fun, very easy to use, no more close-up mug shots!
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