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    GIZMON iCA MILITARY iPhone camera case

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    • TechCinema

      Gizmon has presented their newest iPhone case, the ICA Military Edition. Its design will make you to feel like a war photographer. Gizmon ICA Military Edition still present in the same shape and size as the previous series. This brand new iPhone case is made of polycarbonate material and coated with a solid black color. You are also still will find a viewfinder hole and shutter button on the top.

    • Sean Glenn

      Not really just a case, not really just a camera accessory. I can't decide if I want it or hate it.

    • 'Zoe Gillman

      Military iCA, an iPhone case that looks like a Leica Camera! cooolio >^^

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