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Trygger Camera Clip with Adjustable Polarizing Filter for iPhone 5 Debuts On Kickstarter.com

Make Your Best Photos with the Trygger Camera Clip

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore., Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The hottest selling camera this holiday season is the Apple iPhone 5. The gotta-have accessory is the Trygger Camera Clip with an adjustable polarizing filter. This new iPhone 5 accessory cuts out noisy light. You'll get less glare and more vibrant colors--so you can make your best photos.

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Professional photographers have relied on polarizing filters to better manage light for decades. The Camera Clip brings that same polarizing filter capability to your iPhone camera--quickly attachable--and always ready to take great pictures. When you use the Trygger Camera Clip with your iPhone, it cuts out glare and unwanted reflections while making colors richer and contrast sharper. It's going to make the world through your phone look more like the world you see through your eyes so you can capture all of life's moments the way you remember them.

The polarizing filter on the Trygger Camera Clip is removable. The Camera Clip attaches quickly and easily with a snug 4-sided pressure grip. It's just a simple clip on or off. When you aren't using it, keep the Camera Clip in its included protective carrying case. The Camera Clip comes in black and white.

Photo apps like Instagram create effects by adding filters after you take a photo. The Camera Clip filters the actual light that comes into your camera as you are taking a photo. This means you'll end up with photos that look better whether you use them on their own or with a photo app. The key is to get it right in the original photograph by directly adjusting for light conditions before taking the shot. Using the Trygger Camera Case cuts down on those do-overs, or lost memories by helping you make your best photos the first time.

See the Tygger iPhone 5 Camera Clip at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/trygger/iphone-5-trygger-camera-clip.

AVAILABILITY
Now available for purchase through Kickstarter at $30 (a $39.95 value) - http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/trygger/iphone-5-trygger-camera-clip. After Kickstarter orders are filled, Trygger products will be available at leading retailers. Targeted shipping in February 2013. Suggested retail price is $39.95. In Black, or White.

ABOUT TRYGGER
Founded in 2011, Trygger, LLC is a privately held manufacturer of innovative smartphone accessories. Trygger differentiates itself with standard setting performance and world-class design. To learn more about developments at Trygger view our latest news at [email protected], or contact us directly.

CONTACT TRYGGER
Inquiries: Scott Phillips, [email protected], 503.974.0933

Apple and iPhone are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the US and other countries.

Media Contact: Scott Phillips Trygger LLC, (503)974-0933, [email protected]

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