In the era of visual communication, cameras, especially the ones on the smartphones, hold immense importance. Single cameras are not enough anymore, dual cameras are the least that the consumer wants. The Apple iPhone 7 Plus comes with one of he best dual-camera setups out there, however there is a new case for the iPhone, which make Apple s dual camera three times more interesting. Also Read - iPad Mini for 2021 to ditch fat bezels, could bring along new Apple Pencil MiniAlso Read - iOS 4 is now available again on modern iPhones, complete with Home button: How to get it
Shiftcam Camera Lens Case for the iPhone 7 Plus is a seriously rugged back cover for the smartphone, which comes with six built-in switchable lenses. An iPhone 7 Plus features 1X to use the first camera and 2X to use the second, however the Shiftcam expands the feature of switching between lenses with 1X mode and 2X mode. Simply tap on the 1X button to switch to 2X lens and tap on it again to switch back to 1X.
You can quickly switch between telephoto, wide-angle, fisheye and macro using the built-in slide and snap mechanism. Each of these lens come with its special effect — 120 Degree Wide-angle, 2X Telephoto, 10X Macro, 20X Macro, 180 Degree Fisheye Lens, 2X Telephoto Lens. The six lens are mounted in four pairs onto a sliding mechanism that lets you switch between them with simple finger flicking. And in case you do not want to use these lenses, the attachment of the six lenses can be removed. That makes the case slimmer too. ALSO READ: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to sport dual-camera setup, much better than Apple iPhone 7 Plus: report
About the ruggedness of the case, it is designed with an ergonomic tapered grip in mind (think Delta Force!), 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 safe.
The Shiftcam is being funded via Kickstarter and can be pre-ordered (backed) for around $60, (which is about Rs 3,900) right now. The retail price is set at $99, that translates close to Rs 6,300, and shipments are scheduled for August this year. ALSO READ: iPhone calculator s backspace feature is probably Apple s best kept secret, here s how it works