The battery case first drew interest earlier this year as a Kickstarter campaign highlighting several notable features, some of which are clearly aimed at photographers.
The case has a 3,100mAh built-in battery for charging your iPhone on the go, and it’s wireless-charging compatible, so it can be placed on any Qi-compatible charging pad.
The case also features an integrated Lightning port to charge an iPhone X/XS, rather than the typical micro-USB found on charging accessories, while a wrist/neck strap can be easily attached for safety.
In addition, there’s a two-stage shutter button on the case for taking pictures, so pressing the button halfway focuses the lens and a full press takes the picture.
The Battery Case is compatible with the Moment lens lineup, which includes telephoto, wide, super fish, macro, and a soon-to-be-released Anamorphic lens.
The case costs $99 and can be ordered today on the Moment website, which will offer upgraded versions for iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR come November.
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Source From: macrumors.com.
Original article title: Moment Launches MFi-Approved Battery Photo Case for iPhone X and iPhone XS.
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