Relonch Camera

The release of iPhone 6 (bend-gate aside) has showcased the excellence of the cameras on today’s modern smartphones but regardless of how advanced the cameras of smartphones get, they will always be restricted by the size of the lens on the phone but there may well soon be an admirable solution to this dilemma via a cracking looking device by the name of the Relonch Camera.

But what is it and how does it pertain to your smartphone camera? Well, very intuitively as it goes and we’re thoroughly impressed with both the capabilities and the functionality of the Relonch Camera here at Coolector HQ. This hugely impressive device is one part phone case, one part camera add-on as the Relonch Camera lets you insert your smartphone into the casing which then turns your run of the mill camera into something a good deal more advanced through the addition of a large aperture lens and an APS-C sensor that will likely significantly enhance the calibre of the pictures you are taking with your smartphone.

As you’re running the advanced camera via your iPhone, it will still be just as easy to upload the images you capture to your social media channels such as Instagram and Facebook, they will just look a lot better than was previously the case. Check out some more shots of the Relonch Camera below:

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Taking photos every day is so commonplace nowadays that the technology needs to catch up with the frequency with which we are all using cameras now and fantastic devices like this from Relonch are undoubtedly a step in the right direction. Whilst, for most of us, the quality of the pictures that we take with our current smartphone camera are already suitably high, that may well because we don’t realise just how straightforward it can be to make them that bit better and, to achieve this, there is the Relonch Camera, which is available for pre-order now.

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