I absolutely love shooting video and pictures on my iPhone and am always looking for ways to enhance that.
Enter a company like SHIFTCAM.
So, SHIFTCAM is a case that also comes with Kimber lenses.
So this is a really neat little add on to your phone that lets you have different lenses for different situations.
So yes, the iPhone 11 Pro has three lenses on it already.
And you're probably asking what could you possibly do with something like this that you can't already do on your phone?
Well, let's take a look.
So the first thing they have here is they have these telephoto lens.
They have got a fish eye lens that is 180 degrees before times telephoto lens for that zoom if you want to get in there, and then you can always shift over to something a little bit tighter.
So macro if you want ten times are even 20 times macro Can just click that in right there and take your shot.
And then of course we're here at CS which means we shoot a lot of screens.
And if you're not familiar with camera technology, one of the best things you can have in your kit is a polarizing lens or a filter.
And that, my friends Is what this is right here.
And with just a small adjustment on this ring, you're able to shoot a screen without having it flicker or go dark on you, which is really helpful, especially for us here in Las Vegas.
So, Shift Cam is actually already available.
You can get this case right here for about $80.
And they're also going to be working on this guy right here, which is in fact not just a grip, it's a battery grip.
It's gonna have a battery on the inside of this, so when you slide your phone in, it will start charging.
And the finished prototype will have a shutter button right here, so you can use it exactly like a camera.
If you're not interested in having telephoto or more specialized lenses like those macro lenses, well, Shift Cam also has you covered with all of these other lenses that they have available, just like this one that goes right into this slot, just like you would put This little guy right here.
So it's really easy to add all kinds of specialized lenses, and they've got about 14 of them available, and they range anywhere in price from about 80 to 120 bucks.
Not too bad if you consider the price of actual lenses for your mirrorless or DSLR camera.
We'll be bringing you all kinds of great technology from the show floor here at CS 2020.
Stay tuned on cnet.com.