MirrorCase Enables Horizontal iPhoneography
There are numerous of iPhone cases made specifically to satisfy your fancy desire of iPhoneography. Despite being obviously inferior to any compact camera, people are still quite fond of capturing images, even recording videos with their iPhone camera. If you’re one of this people, you may want to give a look at MirrorCase. In spite of the name, the case is still mostly made of rugged plastic instead of blinding and fragile mirror. In fact, the mirror is hidden deep under its hood. However, as far as the functionality goes, it is the core of the whole pitch.
Aiming to provide you with a new way to snapshotting and video recording, the developer inserts a small piece of mirror into the case so that it can reflect all images before your iPhone camera captures them. This way, you can shoot your targets horizontally, allowing you to monitor them with your own eyes instead of from the 4-inch screen of your handset. Check the promo video below!
Personally, you won’t find it quite helpful if you are more into capturing static images. On the flip side, though, video recording will be at more ease since you simply have to point it to the target and start shooting; pretty much like using a flashlight. By the way, MirrorCase also sports a built-in LED, so when things get too dark for you to see, you can switch it on to get control over things back again. It sells for $50 and you can make your purchase from its respective website. Suppose you’re on the look of superb lens attachment for your iPhone camera, check out the TurtleJacket PentaEye.