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Relonch Camera turns iPhone into Super Camera

Relonch Camera

The Relonch Camera is for those iPhone users who have limited ability to take great camera shots with their device, and it’s super-easy to use. Just insert your iPhone into the camera and start snapping. It’s gentle and safe for you iPhone and nothing will harm it since it acts like a case.

The Relonch also makes it easy for you to access all of your phone’s functions, and you’ll be able to take professional-level photos and share them on the spot.

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The camera will turn on automatically once you place it on your iPhone, and it will turn off when you unplug it.  Additionally, your phone can charge via lightning while you’re shooting pictures. The camera’s lens and sensor are exactly right to make your photos look perfect with every shot.

The camera even has its own photo “guru” that will offer advice on the shots you take. It’ll see your app’s screen during shooting and you’ll get back voice advice on how to create your best photo.

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Pre-orders are currently being taken with estimated delivery late 2015 for $499.

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