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Kickstarter projects let you charge your iPhone with fire, snap pics in the dark with better flash

A pair of interesting new Kickstarter projects may allow for more versatile uses of Apple’s iPhone, with a product for campers that provides electricity-generating campsite cookery, and a strap-on iPhone ring flash to improve low-light photos and video recordings.

The aptly-named PowerPot X aims to do exactly what it says on the label: provide electrical power from a pot. When paired with a camp stove, thermoelectric modules affixed to the bottom of the anodized aluminum kettle can provide up to 10 watts to the PowerPot’s dual USB ports, which the pot’s creators say is enough to charge a single iPad, two iPhones, or four GoPro cameras. 

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