Replaceable Camera Handle
Smartphones are designed for communication, not for taking photos. It's just awkward to use one hand holding the phone and the other one fumbling around on the touchscreen. No more, we say!
Shuttercase gives you a camera handle that enables to you hold your phone like a light-weight DSLR. We try to mimic the shape and feel of your favorite vintage camera, a design that has been perfected over more than 130 years.
Built-in the Camera Handle
Shuttercase's removable camera handle does much more than making it easier to take photos. Inside is a powerful battery that recharges your phone as you take photos and videos.
Powerful. Handy. Removable. Pocketable.
- Battery Capacity: 3000mAh/11.1Wh
- Output: 5V = 1A
- Input: 5V = 1A
- Smart IC over-load over-heat protection.
- Blue and Red LED lights
- Embedded cable to charge your iPhone
It just works. No need to worry about your phone battery running out and losing that shot. Doubling up as a grip is just the trick. Steadies your shot and provides secure handling of what can be a slippery risky business.
I love ❤️ this case
First let address the 800 lbs gorilla this case is a bit bulky. Compared with a traditional battery case not so much. This case does it all. I have had a bitly play case as well as many moment cases. This case takes some of the best ques from both. The bitly play case also has a physical shutter button their lens at the time I have had them where “ok”. The moment lenses where a big step up no machanical switch to make it feel like a camera. The shutter case has a mechanical shutter button so when you hold it down it can take burst shots which work in the iPhone and moment apps. I carry a second battery through with me so I can go all day and into late everning without worry about needing a charge on it hone XS max. If you like taking photos with your phone this moves you to the next level. I can’t wait to see what they come out with next.
Battery grip is a super idea.
This battery grip is great idea. I purchase 2 extra ones, to have spare power. They don't last real long, but helps extend shooting time. A big step forward would be to have the charging outlet on the bottom end of the battery box, so that it is not covered when attached to the phone case. That way, if desired, a charge cord could be attached to allow charging both the battery and the iPhone while using it. Also, an even larger battery box could be useful, by providing room for another battery cell to double the capacity, as well as giving a larger grip to hang on to. It would not be in the way. You could get really creative in the grip shape, making it more like a DSLR grip, with a large about of extra power available. Great for shooting videos. More weight would only make it better.