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The Trygger Camera Case is a slim fitting case for the iPhone 4 & 4S. While providing protection against scratches and shock from drops, the Camera Case has a built in polarizing filter that makes better pictures. Easy to use, the photographer sets the filter into position, adjusts the filter dial, and shoots. The filter corrects for lighting challenges that include reflection, glare and hazy skies.
These fixes can only be done easily through the use of Trygger's Camera Case with a polarizing filter and are not possible with software manipulation after the photo has been taken. The Trygger Camera Case polarizing filter is produced with hand ground optical quality glass for outstanding results.
Reviewed by 3 customers
The polarizer works GREAT, eliminates certain wavelengths of glare, deepens the blue of the sky, etc, It slides up and down on the back of the case, took a little practice to become comfortable with its use. It is really great to have a handy polarizer at a moment's notice. However, the case does prevent plugging in the earphone to a functional depth. So I took it off for everyday use. But whenever I go anyplace where I expect to have a photo opp, I will snap it back on. It is very difficult to snap on/off, though, and a small chunk of the plastic broke off when I dropped it. Yet it's still very functional. I would buy it again.
The idea for this case is brilliant. Unfortunately, everything after the idea is dreadful. My initial enthusiasm for the Trygger was dashed on seeing it and feeling it: I just knew it wouldn't work. And it turns out it didn't. It fits badly and prevents you from using your phone with any earphones I've ever seen and it seems, too, to prevent you from plugging it in. Moreover, the filter itself, when it's not falling out, doesn't work in the slightest. All in all, an utter waste of money. Steer VERY clear of it
In theory it's a great idea, but in practice it fails. The case blocks the headphone and iPhone connection jack (wow), and was built in a manner that require you remove any screen protector film! The promised app does not exist, and probably will not for quite some time, if ever. In short it is a great idea that has yet to be successfully realized and the worst Kickstarter I have experienced.