ExoLens Case for the iPhone 7 arrives
So, you have decided to stick to the iPhone 7 despite seeing some pretty stiff competition emerge from the Android segment of smartphones such as the Google Pixel, the LG G6, and the recently revealed Samsung Galaxy S8. Brand loyalty does seem to pay off pretty well, actually, and for those who would like to maximize their use of the iPhone 7, it would be best to ensure that it goes along with a decent protective case. The latest ExoLens Case covers this ground, that is for sure.
This is an extremely durable, dual layer case that opens the door for photographers and cinematographers alike to make use of the ExoLens PRO with Optics by ZEISS mobile photography lenses that they have come to fall in love with, all the while protecting their devices from drops and scratches when shooting. It has been designed using with high-end aesthetics and impact-resistant materials, and the clear ExoLens Case delivers a low profile, highly protective solution that will showcase your iPhone 7’s design culture, even sans the lenses. The asking price for the ExoLens Case? $49.95 a pop.
John Fellowes, Chief Executive Officer of Fellowes Brands, shared, “Many of our customers use our mobile accessories to shoot beautiful images in adventurous locations, where drops and scratches are common. The availability of our new ExoLens Case means they can enjoy professional-grade mobile lenses, without the risk of damaging their phone. We believe that protecting our customer’s phones while they shoot will give them the freedom to capture even more exciting imagery.”
With the ExoLens Case, users can make the easy switch between ExoLens PRO lenses with Optics by ZEISS, which has been designed to target professional photographers and journalists, in addition to the prosumer photographer who wants to create unique, and artistic snapshots. The clear case will also come with protection for the iPhone 7, where it hides the aesthetic of the handset. Right now, the ExoLens Case is available for the iPhone 7 only, and will hit the iPhone 7 Plus later down the road.