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MirrorPhoneHow many times have you shot photos and video with your face stuck behind your iPhone?

RHP Multimedia has developed a solution to keep you in the action and out from behind the phone.

Introducing MirrorCase

MirrorCase is an innovative case design for your iPhone 4/4S that utilizes a mirror to reflect images back to your device while holding it in a horizontal position. The free MirrorCase App will then flip and invert the image so that you can watch and keep the action on your iPhone’s screen.  In this manner, all you have to do is point and shoot and your media is saved right to your Camera Roll.

Structure

MirrorPhone - front viewThe MirrorCase is made of a sturdy plastic and shock absorbing rubber insets. The ergonomic angled design also lets you place the device on a flat surface making it ideal to shoot video in front of you without holding your phone. This hands-free  feature works well for recording presentations, interviews, lectures, etc… And by using the Privacy Screen function of the app, you can display an image from your Camera Roll or a black screen while you’re recording so you’re not distracted by the images on the screen.

Other Uses

Other uses of the MirrorCase design include:

  • Record yourself without having to hold the device
  • Double as a shoulder/neck rest when you need both hands
  • Utilize your phone’s flash as a flashlight
  • Sit angled on your desk so that you can see your phone better

More Info

Check out the video below or visit MirrorCase.com to learn more or make a pre-order purchase of $49.95.

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