IPhone Camera Gets Flash With Snapture

Posted: Dec 24 2008, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:19pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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One of the big problems with the iPhone camera (by no means the only problem) is that it lacks a flash. That means even in reasonably well lit rooms the iPhone camera produces dark and grainy images. A company called Snapture has a new flash module that slips onto the iPhone like a protective case.

The flash itself is bright Xenon and uses a rechargeable battery to provide over 1,000 flashes on a single charge. A bright LED light is also offered for video recording. The device automatically detects low light situations and activates the flash.

Other features include iPhone speaker amplification and a polycarbonate design to protect the iPhone as well. The flash module is compatible with the Snapture photo software for the iPhone to allow in phone editing of images.

Via Snapture

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