[CES 2013] of Polaroid let out covers with lenses for iPhone
The American company Polaroid, popular to the senior generation of our readers on the cameras with possibility to unpack a photo, decided all to surprise at an exhibition of CES 2013 electronics passing in Las Vegas. At first it presented two somewhat eccentric accessories on Android — a children’s planshetnik and the bezzerkalny chamber at allegedly small cost, and late presented some lenses for all line of iOS-devices and covers on which they fasten.
For iPhone 5 and iPad mini the Polaroid company made ordinary plastic covers overlays of different flowers, and here in a case with bolshushchy iPad arrived in an original way. Instead of a cover on its "back" the very narrow piece of plastic in the form of the letter "X" flaunts. On all these accessories there is a special nozzle over a chamber peephole where three lenses on a choice fasten: standard fish-eye, telezoom and telephotographic. The first two are completely made from threw, whereas the last is made from white plastic.
The Polaroid company did not manage to think up at all the name to the covers and lenses to CES 2013, but could surprise all of them with the price. One case with a set from three lenses can be got on the prices from 20 to 30 American dollars. The worthy competitor to popular lenses of Olloclip which besides are more expensive. [Cult of Mac]