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Pose Camera Case for the Vain and the Beautiful

by Hazel Chua
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There have been moments in my life when all I wanted to do is take a photo of a wonderful scene – but with me in it. I normally don’t bring a tripod around with me, so the perfect photo opportunity goes bye-bye when the place I’m in also happens to be semi-deserted.

But that doesn’t have to be the case anymore with Quirky’s Pose Camera Case.

Pose Camera Case

Pose is more than just a case, as it’s also a camera stand with an attachment mount on the inside. It’s compatible with most digital cameras, so to take your own picture, just slide it in the slot and set the timer and you’re done.

You can also wrap the case around a curved surface or object, like a bike handle or pipe or tree branch, if that’s the only thing you can find around you to hold it up.

Pose Camera Case

When you’re done, just slide your camera off, reverse the case to its other side, and stow your camera away. Quick, easy, and more hassle-free compared to lugging around a tripod all day.

The Pose case is available for pre-sale from Quirky for $23.99 (USD). If they get enough pre-order commitments, they’ll be producing these soon.

[via Oh Gizmo]

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