Everyone has been somewhere and said to themselves, “I wish I had my camera.” Those of us with iPhones never have to voice or think that statement again. With the quality of iPhone photos and videos something other smart phones can only dream of living up to, many companies have come out with convenient accessories to aid iPhone users in taking even better pictures and videos. Check these goodies out!
This quick-connect camera lens comes equipped with not 1 lens option, but three. Compatible with the iPhone 4 and 4s, it contains a fish-eye lens, a micro lens (see photo example below), and a wide-angle lens. Utilizing the lens is simple; it conveniently fits in your pocket or purse, and automatically aligns itself with your iPhone’s camera. Weighing only 0.7 ounces, this 1.37″ x 1.22” camera lens ensures that you have the ability to take quality pictures on the go, and will only set you back $69.99.
AGPtek – 4 in 1 Lens Package
- Fish-eye lens;
- Micro lens;
- Wide-angle lens;
- Fixed 8x telephoto lens;
- Mini tripod;
- Hard case; and
- AGPtek USB 2.0 All in One Card Reader.
With the ability of manual focus adjustments, the added 8X optical zoom (see the zoom photo example below), and the same lenses as those on the Olloclip, this is every photographer’s back-up camera dream; all of the components are convenient, compact, and will lead to amazing photos; all for around $50 on Amazon.
Compatible with the iPhone 3G, 4, 4s, and the iPod Touch, the Steadicam Smoothee is a handheld video mount. According to Tiffen, the devices manufacturer, this videography device eliminates the shaking characteristic of hand-held, on-the-go video devices; watch a test of this product:
Simple, light-weight, intuitive, and effective, this convenient product will only set you back about $150.
This guest post brought to us by Sara Witt, a guest blogger and writer who shares a passion for photography. Horrified by the way some attorneys hoodwink citizens in need of council, Sara set out to provide laypersons with a resource to help them with the legal process. As such, Sara writes articles to help citizens make informed decisions when hiring a personal injury attorney.