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The seamless mounting solution for ProLens
For iPhone 11 and 12 Series
With removable In-Case Lens Mount
Pioneering design that fits in any phone case
Gear Up Your Phone with ProLens in an Instant
Minimal Mounting Solution
A mounting solution that is so minimal it fits right in your pocket, ready for every picture-perfect moment.
Access to Vast Array of Lenses
Compatible with all lenses in the ProLens series. Gear up your phone to be a better camera for every shooting occasion.
Perfect Alignment with Easy 1-Time Set Up
Quick and easy 1-time set up achieves perfect alignment of ProLens to your phone camera. Simply screw on the ProLens of your choice at anytime to start shooting.
In-Case Lens Mount Also Fits
Our pioneering In-Case Lens Mount was designed to fit into any case of the corresponding phone model, so you can enjoy the freedom to use ProLens with your favourite case.
Available for Latest Phone Models
In-Case Lens Mount Also Fits Non-ShiftCam Cases
Global Award Winning Products
Reddot Design Award 2021 & 2018
Competed with 6300 innovations from 59 countries, judged by 39 well known professional jury members.
iF Design Award 2021
Recognized globally as a symbol of design excellence as one of the oldest independent design institutions, competed with 10,000+ designs from 60 countries.
A'Design Award 2021 Bronze
Celebrate the contribution of design for a better world, featuring over 100 categories judged by 211 top design professionals, press members and academics.
CES Innovation Award 2020 & 2018
Honoring outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology, judged by independent industrial designer, engineer and trade press.
As Seen On
"ShiftCam lens came up on top for its value, ease of use, and performance."
"Best Gifts For Travelers Who Never Check A Bag"
"ShiftCam case adds even more lenses to the phones"
"ShiftCam lens came up on top for its value, ease of use, and performance." - Tom's Guide
"Best Gifts For Travelers Who Never Check A Bag" - Forbes
"ShiftCam case adds even more lenses to the phones" - CNet