Listec Promptware Teleprompter

Tiffen adds 58mm Support to their Totally Adorable Listec Promptware Teleprompter

If you’ve been lusting after Tiffen’s Listec Promptware PW-04 Teleprompter (a bite-size contraption that turns your iPhone or iPod touch  into a very portable through-the-glass prompter), but you’ve been holding off because your video camera’s lens is just too dang large… Behold! Tiffen has announced a new version that will support lens sizes up to 58mm.

The Listic Promptware PW-04 is just a little over half a pound (without your iPhone), and can be set up quickly without tools (unless your camera person is a tool, in which case, it can be set up with a single tool).  It runs around $320, and comes with a one year warranty.

According to the manufacturer, the new model supports the following cameras:


  • Sony HDR-CX700V
  • Panasonic HDC-TM900K
  • Sony HDR-CX560V
  • Canon VIXIA HF M50
  • Canon VIXIA HF M52
  • Canon VIXIA HF M500
  • Sony DCR SX45
  • Sony HDR-CX130
  • Panasonic HC-V700M
  • Sony HDR-CX160/B


  • Sony Professional HVR-A1U
  • Sony HDR-FX7
  • Sony HVR-HD1000U
  • Sony HVRA1U
  • Sony HXR-NX70U
  • JVC GYHM150U
  • Panasonic AG-HMC40
  • Panasonic AG-HMC80 3MOS
  • Sony HXR-MC50L



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