eyeCLICK is an iPhone camera accessory that allows users to activate the phone’s camera from further away, using a remote control to take photos. Now, eyeCLICK is being prepared for coming iPhone 5.

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eyeCLICK is an iPhone camera accessory that allows users to activate the phone’s camera from further away, using a remote control to take photos. The product has attracted huge iPhone users. Now, iPhone camera accessory eyeCLICK is being ready to offer cases for upcoming iPhone 5.


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eyeClick is created by David Wu. It is a camera remote accessory for iPhone 4/4S that lets people taking photos and videos of their’s friends and family without being confined to “arms length” away. By using remote control, eyeClick can activate iPhone’s camera from up to twenty-one feet away. It can make portrait photos easily via iPhone.

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The eyeCLICK also features a unique lens attachment that allows the shooter to take HD photos using the iPhone 4S’s front camera, which normally takes photos in VGA quality only. The lens also permits FaceTime and video chats in HD on the iPhone 4S, which are impossible to do now.

However, now this remote camera accessory is being prepared for Apple’s upcoming iPhone – iPhone 5. Normally, eyeCLICK has black colored cases but David Wu has created more colored cases including green, white, blue, gray etc. The eyeCLICK Kickstarter campaign has six days left to reach its goal of collecting $20,000 fund. It has just collected $9,239.

At present, the cost for iPhone 4/4s compatible case starts at $95. People can pre-order a limited edition of green, black, white, blue and gray colored cases from Kickstarter. The new cases that will be compatible with iPhone 4/4S and also with iPhone 5 (if released) are expected to be delivered in December, 2012.

For more information, you can head over to Kickstarter.

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