Mophie OutRide action-cam case for iPhone now available: 170 degrees of Xmas footage for $150

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Sarah Silbert
December 25th, 2012
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Mophie OutRide action-cam case for iPhone now available: 170 degrees of Xmas footage for $150

We took a look at Mophie's OutRide ruggedized action-cam case back at IFA in August, but the month of December notoriously brings many more photo ops. Perhaps that's why the company has chosen to announce availability of the case, which sports a lens capable of 170-degree viewing angles, on the cusp of year-end holidays. The waterproof OutRide is available now for $150 -- and that price includes a variety of mounts for handlebars, surfboards and helmets. A companion app is a free download from the App Store and lets users edit and share their recorded footage. The OutRide is currently only compatible with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, so those who are gifted Apple's latest handset will have to sit this one out.

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mophie Announces Nationwide Availability of OutRide
Accessory leader transforms the iPhone 4/4S into an action sports camera.

Santa Ana, CA (PRWEB) December 24, 2012

mophie® announced the availability of OutRide, the wide-angle, waterproof mounting system that eliminates the need for a dedicated action sports camera. The OutRide, when paired with the free OUTRIDE app, leverages the existing technology of the iPhone and gives users the ability to record, edit and immediately share their point-of-view, no matter how extreme the conditions. OutRide is now available at and the App is immediately available for download in the App Store. An Apple-exclusive edition of OutRide is also available, in all white with a silver aluminum bezel.

"The OutRide lets athletes use their iPhone beyond the limits, enabling them to record, edit and share images and video instantly, on all terrain and under all conditions," said Ross Howe, vice president of marketing at mophie. "The hardware, combined with the growing OUTRIDE community for video sharing makes for a complete solution that is unlike anything else on the market."

Retailing for $149.95, key features of the OutRide include:

•Turns the iPhone into a Dedicated Action Sports Camera-Bundling the case, OUTRIDE app and mounts, gives users the option to transform their iPhone 4 or 4S into a dedicated action sports camera. Features include:

-High-impact, water-proof and lightweight polycarbonate housing protects the iPhone in any scenario.

-Wide-angle lens features a 170 degree viewing angle that's optimized for recording and is available in all white with a silver aluminum bezel exclusively at Apple or in all black with a red aluminum bezel at

•Whether you have a passion for snowboarding, surfing, motocross or skate, there is a custom quick-release mount that will fit your sport, allowing recording at any angle

•Capture, Edit and Share-Free on the App store, the OUTRIDE app is the only dedicated action sports community to capture and share rides with friends, followers and professional athletes from around the globe, on-the-go:

-Personal Profile-Upload your profile, location, and save custom channels by sport, location, user, or combination

-Capture-Shoot in hi-def at 60FPS in 720p and 30FPS in 1080p both vertically or horizontally, edit and upload directly from the iPhone

-View-Custom settings allows for a unique viewing experience, and provides notifications for new comments, followers and uploads from friends

-Share-Share content with friends through email, text and other social networks, including YouTube where videos uploaded can be directly linked

-Search-Community based sharing allows users to search for videos by user, sport, and location, and to browse, like and comment on user videos and photos

To check out how the OUTRIDE app works, view this video. For more information on OutRide, the OUTRIDE app and the full suite of mophie products, please visit
The OutRide app is available now in the iTunes App Store at:

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