exolenscaseExoLens, a company that's partnered with Zeiss to bring professional-grade lenses to the iPhone, today announced a new protective case for the iPhone 7. The case is designed to keep the iPhone 7 safe from bumps, scratches, and drops while it's being used with ExoLens' range of Zeiss lenses.

Designed for the iPhone 7, ExoLens says the new accessory is an "ultra-durable dual layer case" created with impact-resistant materials and designed to be slim and low-profile.

"After launching our line of ZEISS ExoLens mobile photography solutions earlier this year, consumers told us that they loved the mobile photography lenses, but also expressed a desire for a solution that protected their iPhone, while still providing the lens attachment capability," says John Fellowes, Chief Executive Officer of Fellowes Brands. "The new ExoLens Case will provide the ability for users to seamlessly utilize our visually enhancing lenses, but the case will also shield the individuals iPhone from everyday drops and scratches at the same time."

The case is compatible with all Pro Zeiss Lenses and upcoming ExoLens Prime lenses. The company sells a range of Zeiss telephoto, macro, and wide-angle lenses, which range in price from $150 to $200.

The ExoLens Case will be available for purchase during the first quarter of 2017. Pricing has not yet been announced.

Top Rated Comments

2457282 Avatar
96 months ago
The only concern is that the next version of the iphone will require a different case (has been true for almost every release). Hopefully the case is not very expensive and that the lenses will work for any future camera. Otherwise this is not a good investment.
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wesk702 Avatar
96 months ago
Am I the only one who thinks CES is garbage? Until Apple produces their own version of these items people won't buy it. It's my opinion of course
CES garbage? Absolutely not. I love going every year. Although that x brand Chinatown area of CES is always filled with garbage. It is still fun to look through. Sometimes there's a diamond in the rough in the Chinese section.
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dominiongamma Avatar
96 months ago
Am I the only one who thinks CES is garbage? Until Apple produces their own version of these items people won't buy it. It's my opinion of course
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Ballis Avatar
96 months ago
For those thinking the current lens doesnt protude enough. Nice...
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macduke Avatar
96 months ago
From what I've read previously the Zeiss lenses for iPhone are pretty much garbage with really soft corners, semi-soft centers, etc. It's a shame because they make good glass for other systems like Sony. I have my doubts they even developed this glass themselves and just licensed the rights to their name.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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