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Awesome iPhone Camera Accessories

– The iPhone Shutter Grip

It’s an ergonomic grip that makes your iPhone feel just like an SLR (only smaller). It adds a photo and video button right where you’re used to having a shutter button.

– Kogeto Dot 360-Degree Panoramic Video Accessory

Download the Free Looker app, and start recording 360 degree vidoes. Going to Basketball game? Concert? Why not recording 360 degree vidoes, so much fun and you’ll get the all view!

Video on Youtube testing this accessory:

– The Glif: Minimalist iPhone Stand & Tripod Mount

The Glif is an iPhone 4/4S accessory with two primary functions: mounting your iPhone onto a tripod and propping up your iPhone at various angles.

– The iPhone Shutter Remote

 Shoot iPhone photos and video from 30 feet away.

– Galileo iPhone Mount

Galileo is an iOS-controlled, robotic motion platform for iPhones and iPod Touches.

– LifeProof Case

 Take your iPhone along, wherever life may take you. The LifeProof iPhone case delivers the highest level of waterproof, shock-proof, dirt-proof protection in an increadibly low profile – a mere 1.5mm increase to each edge! Your LifeProof everyday case for iPhone 4 or 4S is sleek, refined, convenient and unobtrusive.

– The Olloclip 3-in-1 iPhone Lens

A three-in-one lens system that fits over the corner of your iPhone for easy access.

– SLR Mount

Turn your iPhone 4 into a DSLR using real SLR lenses.

– iFlash LED Camera

Flashlight for iPhone that does not need batteries to operate (use power from iPhone/iPod). 

Zeiss Ikon Cocarette (Contessa-Nettel 1926) Hacked for Canon DSLR

Well.. I’ve had this Zeiss Ikon Cocarette (Contessa-Nettel 1926) folding camera for months. I took it to the darkroom 1 or 2 times, then I figured out that I can hack it to my Canon and use it as a Lens.. WOW! Results blow my mind.

I don’t need to go to the darkroom anymore! I’ve extended the life of this folding camera to the digital world ;d

It feels just great when you change a historic piece into something new.. IT IS ALIVE!!


f/6.3 – ISO 320 – 0.8 seconds

f/6.3 – ISO 160 – 1/200

f/6.3 – ISO 160 – 1/400

f/6.3 – ISO 160 – 3.2 seconds (Cropped, Trying to shoot the steam at long exposure!)

Insanely sharp! Great details.

Video recording:

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An Old Camera as a Lens for Canon 5D Mark II!

When we talk about Creativity, we talk about something unique, something brilliant, something that blows your mind!

A Photographer Jason Bognacki who attached Piccolette Contessa-Nettel (1919) folding camera to his 5D Mark II. The idea is BRILLIANT, and the results were MAGNIFICENT!


For more results + info, visit his blog post.