RSS LifeProof case turns your iPhone into waterproof camera

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    We love being able to use our everyday technology in the fish room, around our tanks and even take it to the beach so we were pleased to learn about the LifeProof cases that turns your iPhone into a waterproof device that even lets you use it underwater.

    [​IMG]Not only will it protect you from everyday spills and mishaps but the LifeProof is also rated IP-68 meaning it is dustproof and can be immersed in water beyond a meter and still work. The sleek case for the first and second generation iPhone 4/4S phones adds a mere 1/16 in. to your case and only weights 28g.

    As we see in the introduction video, the LifeProof case is tested to work up to 2 meters below the surface so you could easily get some in-tank shots or even take it snorkeling. Using the optional waterproof headphones, you can even listen to music while playing Jacques Cousteau. The case also uses a double AR-coated optical glass lenses to ensure you get crystal-clear photo and video quality.

    The LifeProof cases still let you use all the buttons and features of your phone so it is slim and unobtrusive enough to use everyday but durable enough for some harsh environments. The LifeProof case runs $69.95 and there is even an iPad 2 version in development.


    Thanks for the tip Phillip!
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    I would soooo love to have this type of case for my phone. I watched the video, and it is quite amazing. So Iphone is one step ahead with accessories, wher Slokia normally lacks....sad
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    I wonder what the reception would be like 2m below the water surface, sounds like the best time the talk to your mother-in-law :p
     
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    Ha ha. Suppose you wanna take an underwater pic of her sinking down to the abyss too......lol
     
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