Replace (Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at 5:45pm ET): The article has been corrected to specify this can be a pending patent and never a granted patent.
Photographer and YouTuber Peter McKinnon has introduced the discharge of his new PM Digicam instrument, a patent-pending pocket instrument that options built-in Phillips and flathead drivers, in addition to house for traditional 1/4” hex bits so you possibly can customise it to suit your wants.
Uninspired by the varied digital camera instruments he’s used over the 12 months, McKinnon started working creating his personal. It’s taken almost a 12 months and a half, but it surely’s now full and prepared for buy.
Along with the built-in Phillips, the pocket took has two prolonged arms with 4 spots to accommodate normal 1/4” bits. Built-in magnets maintain the bits in place and a singular lever pops out the instrument you want with out having to dig into the sting of the instrument to drag it out.
There’s additionally a hidden SD card holder, an built-in pocket/belt clip and an eight-bit storage case for the bits you don’t at the moment have within the instrument.
The Peter McKinnon Digicam Instrument is obtainable to buy for $95 on his ‘Pete’s Pirate Life’ web site. It is a little bit of a premium over most different digital camera instruments available on the market, but it surely does include a devoted carrying case and a lifetime guarantee, so ought to any of the bits, arms or items break, changing it needs to be pretty simple.