The snappgrip has controls on its top surface that allow you to activate the shutter, change between shooting modes, and zoom in or out
On the bottom, there’s a standard tripod mount hole, a standby switch for saving power between shots, and a mini-USB port for charging its lithium-ion battery
The snappgrip case
The back view of a snappgrip-equipped iPhone
A snappgrip on display at CES
The snappgrip is a case and ergonomic hand grip/controller that can be attached to a smartphone, for shooting photos
There’s a reason that so many digital cameras have a hand grip built into their bodies – it makes them easier to hold onto when taking pictures. Unfortunately for people whose smartphone doubles as their camera, phones lack such a feature. London-based product designer Lee Harris decided to address that shortcoming, with his snappgrip case for iPhones 4 and 5, and Samsung Galaxy S3.
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