The ShiftCam Case adds more lenses to the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro max
Aren’t three goals enough for your new iPhone? This case increases the bet.
The two rear cameras of the iPhone 11 and the three sensors of the 11 Pro offer many new options for taking photos and videos from your phone. However, if you need a lot of angles, expect a new case to fill that gap.
ShiftCam was founded in 2017 and released multi-lens iPhone cases for the iPhone 7. At CES 2020, however, the company is presenting new cases for the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.
The new case is now available on Amazon or on the ShiftCam website and costs $ 80 (£ 60, $ 115 AU) for a 5-in-1 multi-lens case for the Pro and Pro Max. amplified some of the Pro cameras, e.g. B.
to make 2x telephoto lens to 4x telephoto lens and to enlarge the ultra wide angle of the shutter with a round polarizing lens. Also included is a 20x macro, a 10x macro and a 180 degree fish eye.
No special apps required because the housing lens is located above the iPhone’s conventional sensors and you can take photos and videos just like in the main iPhone app. iPhone camera.
Just change the lens you want, switch to the appropriate mode and take a picture.
A 3-in-1 option is available for the iPhone 11, which costs $ 65 and enhances the main and ultra-wide lens with an additional circular polarizing lens, a 10x macro, and a 180-degree fish . Both available in matt black or in a clear, crisp and shaded color.
Those seeking further expansion could add one to six additional “Pro” lenses, such as a 230-degree full-screen fisheye for $ 85 and a 12-mm ultra-wide-angle aspherical lens for at $ 130.
In addition to the lens system,
the company is planning a $ 80 grip battery box available in March. In this case, you can add stabilization when shooting vertically or horizontally and fill your phone with a fast wireless charge.