The iPhone camera isn’t one to be messed with. It’s gone head on with even DSLRs, becoming a professional photography medium in itself. Moment’s lenses push the iPhone’s boundaries, making it even better as a camera, but when you’ve got a camera that’s also your phone, messaging device, social media device, and email checker, you’re left with little battery for your photography.
Moment’s 2.0 battery case for the iPhone 7 is just perfect for the phone-photography enthusiast. It gives you serious battery chops, while also giving your phone the perfect grip for photo-taking. Moment makes some of the world’s best smartphone lenses, and these snap directly onto the case. A unique case for the iPhone 7 Plus allows you to choose which of the dual camera lenses you want to snap your Moment Lens to. I’ll have you know that this is the only smartphone case that does this!
On the design front, Moment is light years away from most of its competition. For starters, it looks volumes better than Apple’s humpback battery case. The Moment’s case also features an unusual surface quality. It employs a speckled plastic that almost gives it the appearance of stone or marble, but weighs only 3.4 ounces. The plastic case is further coated with a rubberized finish to provide better grip while using your phone in general, and taking pictures in particular. The Moment 2.0 case also includes within it a manual shutter button that is positioned perfectly for when you want to click a photo naturally without having to tap the screen (people with gloves, rejoice!). The shutter button connects to the phone via the Lightning Port, rather than Bluetooth, allowing it to be incredibly responsive because with photography, timing is everything!
There’s a pretty good chance that if you own an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, you own it because of the camera. Apple never failed to market its camera’s portrait mode as a true champion of realistic photography. Moment’s 2.0 case allows you to use that camera unbridled, never letting your battery stop you from capturing the world. Plus, with Moment’s series of lenses, you may as well sell that DSLR you have in your closet!
Designers: Audrey Louchart, Erik Hedberg (Moment Lenses)