The cases come apart like puzzle boxes, requiring you to snap off the functional viewfinder, twist off the lens, then separate the remaining shell. It takes a combination of force and finesse until the parts wear in a bit.
All of the cases come with a tripod stand, and two faux lenses. One is thinner, making the case easier to pocket.
Various models come with other accessories; the Deluxe, for example, has a strap-and-cloth bag.
The cases don’t seem to add a lot of padding, but they do add some functions like a working shutter button that presses on the volume up button, which can be used to trigger the shutter.
The cases also have a screw mount for Gizmon’s accessory lenses, which include a polarizing lens that removes reflections from glass and deepens detail in clouds, a fisheye that gives a super wide angle view, and a kaleidoscopic lens that gives you three images of your subject.