This phone grip basically turns your smartphone into a DLSR camera

Now on sale for 15 percent off.

Smartphones these days have photographic capabilities so great that you probably find yourself leaving your bulky camera behind and capturing shots using your phone instead. The only problem is, it doesn’t have the ergonomic structure a professional camera has. It lacks the essential parts like the viewfinder and switches and wheels.

This is where PictarPro comes into play. A Kickstarter and Indiegogo hit, it’s a phone grip that grants your phone the photography elements it needs to elevate your picture-taking experience. It gives your smartphone DSLR-like controls including a multi-state shutter release button, rocker zoon switch, exposure compensation wheel, smart wheel, and a detachable viewfinder. It has a satin-finish brass body that transforms your phone into something resembling a classic camera. It can accommodate additional accessories like tripods and lenses, too.

Here’s a sneak peek:

The PictarPro also comes with an app that features a wide array of nifty features, including exposure compensation, grid, and ISO priority modes, helping you snap more stunning shots. It’s even equipped with a rechargeable battery with Qi technology for easy wireless charging.

Usually retailing for $199.99, the PictarPro is now on sale for only $169.99—a savings of 15 percent.

Prices subject to change.