Kungl's case for the iPhone doubles as a tripod mount to eliminate those blurry shots

Kungl's case for the iPhone doubles as a tripod mount to eliminate those blurry shots
Being one of the snappiest devices to capture photos, there’s almost barely any situations when the iPhone 4S can’t take a decent looking photos – but still, there are some scenarios. For those intent on taking some serious shots, the Kungl case for the iPhone offers the convenience of a tripod mount to keep shots blur-free.

Doubling as a protective case that’s constructed out of injection-molded polycarbonate, so it’s lightweight and doesn’t add too much thickness to the sleek looking smartphone. However, on the right edge of the case sits a ¼-inch tripod mount that allows you to strap it into your tripod of choice – thus, eliminating the need to have a firm hand when taking a shot.

As we mentioned already, the iPhone 4S has a really fast shutter rate already, but even with the steadiest hands, there are moments when it’s simply not enough – hence the usefulness of Kungl’s case. Above all, it’s just neat that it incorporates a tripod-mount, which eliminates the need of buying some sort of additional accessory.

Even better, the case is priced very reasonably at $19.99 with shipping at a mere two dollars – so it won’t be a costly investment. Not everyone is going to be attracted to this, but if you’re conscious about shooting the best photos, it’ll undoubtedly be something that you might consider buying.

source: Kungl via CNET

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