What if the iPhone 7 Plus dual camera had six camera lenses to choose from? You'd get the Shiftcam case


Rugged cases? Check - we have plenty of these to choose from. Six camera lenses? Hold up a second – what is this, and do we actually need it? Well, we think the freedom to switch between real telephoto, wide-angle, fish-eye, and macro lens at any moment sounds pretty freaking great! Why ask seemingly random questions? Because there's a product that offers both these things in a single package!

The Shiftcam Camera Lens Case for the iPhone 7 Plus is seriously rugged and has six built-in switchable lenses. It also has the formidable and intimidating looks of a piece of military equipment. Check it out – that's some Delta Force stuff right there!

The six lens are mounted in four pairs onto a sliding mechanism that lets you switch between them with simple finger flicking. And you won't have to remove the case if you don't want to use them for some reason. Mobile photographers who enjoy experimenting with lens attachments will probably love the convenience.

Moreover, the case is designed with an ergonomic tapered grip in mind, and also comes with a strap attachment. Combined with a shock-proof build, it ought to make the job of carrying your tricked-out iPhone comfortable and secure.

The Shiftcam is being funded via Kickstarter and can be pre-ordered (backed) for around $60 right now. The retail price is set at $99, and shipments are scheduled for August this year. More information is available here.

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source: Kickstarter via Gadgetsin

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iPhone 7 Plus
  • Display 5.5 inches 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Dual camera) 7 MP front
  • Hardware Apple A10 Fusion 3GB RAM
  • Storage 256GB, not expandable
  • Battery 2900 mAh
  • OS iOS 13.x

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