Take photos on the sly with the new Covr case for the Apple iPhone

Take photos on the sly with the new Covr case for the Apple iPhone
The Covr is a case for the Apple iPhone 5s and Apple iPhone 5, that allows you to use a one-handed grip to snap photographs using the phone, on the sly. The case was developed by a former photojournalist, so you know there were times when he wished that he could snap a picture without anyone knowing. In fact, the way that the Covr case is designed, it will look like you're merely playing a game or reading a text on the phone, while in reality you are taking (embarrassing?) pictures of your subject.

You're probably wondering how this works, and we shall tell you. Using a prism lens inside the case, you can hold your iPhone like a torch (not the BlackBerry Torch) or a remote control unit, and still be able to snap away. The Covr case is now being funded on Kickstarter where $28,755 has been raised. With 28 days left, there is a long way to go to reach the $80,000 target. The lowest amount you can send to receive a Covr is $55, which includes a case in either black or white, and a free iOS app.

If you want to surprise your subjects, and take photographs without them knowing what you are up to, the Covr case is for you. If all goes well, the accessory will be shipped out starting in June.



source: COVRPhotoKickstarter via CNET

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