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Turn your Apple iPhone 4 or Apple iPhone 4S into a sports camera using the mophie OutRide

Turn your Apple iPhone 4 or Apple iPhone 4S into a sports camera using the mophie OutRide
Morphie is an accessories company best known for the mophie juice pack that adds extra battery life to an Apple iPhone or a Samsung Galaxy S III with a cell embedded inside a rugged case. Now, the company has another cool product that right now is available for the Apple iPhone 4 and Apple iPhone 4S. The mophie OutRide combines a tough lightweight polycarbonate case and a mount to allow you to turn your handset into a sports camera. You can mount the morphie OutRide on just about anything to capture POV video. And the case is waterproof and rugged enough to protect the phone in just about any situation.

Priced at $149.95, the mophie OutRide has two interchangeable backs, one for dry land and the other for shooting near water. The former lets you use all of the features of the touchscreen while the latter protects the device underwater up to 5 meters. The wide angle lens gives you a 170 degree viewing angle, and the OutRide is available in white with a silver aluminum bezel from Apple, or in black with a red aluminum bezel from morphie.

There is an OutRide app from the Apple App Store that goes with the mophie OutRide, allowing you to take your videos and share them by uploading directly from your Apple iPhone 4 or Apple iPhone 4S. You can record in 720p at 60 fps or in 1080p at 30 fps in either portrait or landscape, edit, and then share them via email, text, YouTube or other social networks.

The mophie OutRide allows you to record from a unique perspective, and the protection that the case provides is the key to this accessory. If you're interested in the product, you can click on the sourcelink.

source: mophie via Engadget

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