CES 2017: ExoLens Protective Case for iPhone 7 Allows Photographers to Use Professional ZEISS Mobile Lenses

Posted in Accessories, iPhone, News on 03/01/2017 by Chris Hauk

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ExoLens has announced the release of their ExoLens case for iPhone 7, a durable, dual-layer case that both protects a user’s iPhone, while allowing them to use ExoLens PRO with Optics by ZEISS mobile photography lenses. The case can also be used without the lenses, offering comprehensive protection for the device.

CES 2017: ExoLens Protective Case for iPhone 7 Allows Photographers to Use Professional ZEISS Mobile Lenses

“After launching our line of ZEISS ExoLens mobile photography solutions earlier this year, consumers told us that they loved the mobile photography lenses, but also expressed a desire for a solution that protected their iPhone, while still providing the lens attachment capability,” says John Fellowes, Chief Executive Officer of Fellowes Brands.  “The new ExoLens Case will provide the ability for users to seamlessly utilize our visually enhancing lenses, but the case will also shield the individuals iPhone from everyday drops and scratches at the same time.”

The new case allows users to easily switch between ExoLens PRO with Optics by ZEISS lenses, which are designed for professional photographers and journalists, and the upcoming Exolens PRIME lenses, which are intended for the photographer looking to create unique, artistic and candid snapshots, satisfying mobile photographers of all levels.

The ExoLens Case will be available sometime during the first quarter of 2017. No price has yet been announced.



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