Liquipel is not a case or static film, it’s a microscopic hydrophobic (water repellent) nano-tech armour. The Liquipel treatment means your favorite electronics will be 100% water proof (inside an out!) with absolutely no visible changes, and the treatment is said to outlast the lifetime of your device. Armour your iPhone4s costs about $60 USD plus shipping, though right now Liquipel is offering free ground shipping to start. If they could put some of these machines nearby where I could drop-off items for a few hours to be waterproofed I’d be the first person in line. I would do my iPad, iPhone, and 7D at the same time probably even my macbook if the price was right.
While this young videographer was attending the Cannes film festival in France he puts his GoPro camera down in front of a seagull for a closer perspective. What happens next will both shock and amaze you.
Since I got my hands on the RainBallet Underwater iPhone4 case I’ve filmed all kinds of underwater shots to test its versatility. I put together a few test shots into a single video so you can get an idea of what to expect from the underwater footage on your iPhone. Check it out and let me know what you think and if there’s something you’d like me to test for the upcoming full review.
In mid september a few friends and I headed out east in search of some salmon. We found a massive pool of coho and caught several big fish.
This was mostly filmed on a GoPro Hero HD with a chesty mount, the underwater shots are from my iPhone in a RainBallet case from The Joy Factory, the stills and a few other videos were shot on my Canon Elph 780IS.
Audio track is Rusko – Hold On