The iPhone can do a lot of things: remember your schedule, keep track of important numbers, take pictures, record video, even make and receive phone calls. But it can’t take clear photos of something that’s far away. At least it couldn’t before.
If you’re creative – or been desperate for the shot – you might have tried holding your iPhone up to your binoculars in an attempt to ‘borrow’ the magnifying power of the binoculars. How did that little experiment turn out? The iPhone Binoculars actually use the same concept, but with a specially designed eyepiece that connects snugly with the eyepiece on the binoculars.
When the phone is in camera mode, the screen displays all magnified images as if it were an external monitor, and you can even leave your iPhone in your pocket and use the field glasses as regular binoculars.
The phone case fits iPhone 5S/5 and 4S/4, includes a carrying case and cleaning cloth, and costs $99.95.