From remote side-hustles to work presentations over Zoom, you seem to find yourself staring into a camera lens more and more these days. And while smartphones boast incredibly high-quality cameras, they can’t always give your face that soft glow professional lighting can.
When it comes to video recording, virtual meetings, or live streaming, having a professional-grade at-home set-up can be a total game-changer. But instead of dropping hundreds (or even thousands) on pricey equipment you have no business fiddling with, do yourself a favor and opt for the equally efficient yet affordable Aduro U-Stream Executive Home Streaming Studio.
This home-studio set-up has everything you need to ensure the perfect shot, recording, and more. For one, its included ring light that stands atop a fully adjustable tripod features three distinct lighting options with varying levels of warmth and a whopping 10 levels of brightness. It even comes with a remote control you can use to adjust it with so you don’t have to get up to change things. And since the light can reach a height of 52 inches, you can easily sit, stand, or whatever else while always getting the perfect angle.
And unlike other ring lights out there, this model boasts three smartphone holders, ideal for meetings, streaming on multiple platforms at a time, and beyond. And thanks to the holders’ non-stick rubber grips, you can always ensure your devices are safe and secure.
While the Aduro U-Stream Executive Home Streaming Studio is ideal for home use, it’s great for taking with you to the office, on trips, and more. It even comes with a handy carrying case!
For a limited time, the Aduro U-Stream Executive Home Streaming Studio with Ring Light & Tripod is 60% its regular price, making it just $119.99!
Prices subject to change.
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