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Adapter Lets You Use Any DSLR Lens With Your iPhone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on July 7th, 2011

Seems too good to be true, but a new adapter now allows you to use any DSLR lens from either Nikon or Canon with your iPhone. Any DSLR lens can be attached to your iPhone: Telephoto, wide angle, macro, etc which allows for custom control over the depth of field and manual focus.

It comes with two loopholes on each end of the case to tie on a camera strap. Pretty neat even if it looks weird using this. It’s just $190 for either the Nikon or Canon version.

iPhone Trick Camera Lenses

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2009

iPhone Trick Camera LensesLooking for a fun accessory for your iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS? These iPhone Trick Camera Lenses will let you add some visual effects to your photos. The lenses attach to the camera on your iPhone and each produces a unique effect.

Some of the lenses include, wide angle, starburst, heart, kaleidoscope and sparkle. Looks like a fun way to spice up your pictures. Each lens will cost you $8.00 and they come in a full range of colors.

Apple Officially Announces the iPhone 6

Posted in Apple,iPhone by Tam Yue on September 12th, 2014

iPhone 6We are pretty sure the world stopped spinning Tuesday Sept, 9th in order for everyone to hear the latest news from Apple. They have officially announced that they are releasingApple Watch in early 2015 and the iPhone 6 later this month. No big shockers here.

What was a bit of a shock however was that Apple was taking a step forward by upgrading the physical size of the iPhone. There will be two different sizes; the 6 will get you a 4.7 inch screen while the 6 Plus will get you …


Olloclip iPad 4-in-1 Photo Lens

Posted in iPad,iPad accessories by Tam Yue on May 21st, 2014

Olloclip for iPadOlloclip for iPad and iPad mini is now available for pre-order. This versatile lens is made to slip on and off your mobile device in a just a few seconds.

The lens holder slips over the corner of your iPad and will bring four new lenses to your device. For lenses you will have a fish-eye with a 180-degree field-of-view, a wide-angle that doubles the field of the iPad’s camera, a 10x macro with 18mm focus length and 15X macro with 12mm focus length.

Bubo camcorder rig for iPhone4 video

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2011

This is far from the first optical add-on for the iPhone, but the OWLE Bubo focuses on giving the smartphone’s video capture abilities a boost. The Bubo is a hand-held video rig made from aluminum. The handgrips help keep the iPhone steady while the weight, at just over a pound, helps with stability during pans. There are also four tripod mounts and access to the dock connector and headphone jack.

The 0.45x wide-angle/macro combination lens doubles the iPhone’s field of view and adds contrast and extra detail. The rig will accept any 3rd party lenses (37mm) and filters (49mm) and the macro lens allows for close shooting.

GoPano Micro: 360-degree video recording with your iPhone 4

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2011

You can already capture still photos in 360 degrees, but what you really want is a way to capture panoramic video as well. Us too. And we aren’t the only ones. That’s why EyeSee360 has given the iPhone 4 the ability to record video in 360-degrees with the GoPano Micro.

It consists of a case for your iPhone, a detachable 360-degree lens(Obviously), and the GoPano app. It will allow you to do a circular pan with the simple swipe of a finger. How fancy is that? Looks like it has met its $20,000 funding goal, so we should be seeing this very soon. Awesome.

iPhone 8mm Vintage Camera App ages your movies

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

When making videos with modern gadgets, you just can’t get the same results compared to the old stuff. There’s no atmosphere. Well, a new iPhone application called 8mm Vintage Camera has been published to the iTunes App Store that allows you to record your movies in vintage 8mm film style.

Who needs an actual 8mm camera anymore? With the 8mm Vintage Camera options you can mix and match films and lenses, allowing you to recreate the atmosphere of those days gone by with 25 retro looks. Pretty awesome.


Build your own white iPhone 4

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on June 27th, 2010

If you were stoked about getting yourself a white iPhone 4, but don’t want to wait until late July, you can always opt to build your own.

Engadget has done just that. They have assembled a white iPhone 4 with third-party parts and it looks just awesome. Sure, it’s missing an earpiece grill, lens cover, LED diffusor, and a white Home button, but it’s pretty cool.

iPhone 4 is official

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2010

Apple’s latest iPhone is official, complete with an A4 chip inside, just like the iPad. The A4 has a few interconnected chips, like the Cortex-A8 main processor unit with a PowerVR SGX 535, and two low-power 128MB DDR SDRAM chips. This means that they can process things faster while consuming less battery than before since they are connected.

The 3.5-inch screen sports a resolution of 960 × 640 pixels. It has four times as many pixels as the current iPhone 3GS’ display. The screen has 326 pixel per inch resolution. Apple is also claiming an 800-to-1 contrast ratio which is four times better than the 3GS.

Ellen jokes about the iPhone…then apologizes

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2010

Apparently Apple doesn’t like satire when it’s about their company and their devices. Seems like they think it’s A-Okay to bully Ellen into apologizing for spoofing an iPhone commercial.

Seriously Apple, I’m starting to think you go out of your way to create bad PR and a Gestapo-like image. Ellen isn’t exactly my cup of tea, but she shouldn’t have to apologize for a simple spoof. When Hitler gets wind of this one he won’t be happy. Bet you can’t get him to apologize.

Email ‘N Walk iPhone app

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2009

Email ‘N Walk iPhone appEmail ‘N Walk is a new iPhone app that’s designed to replace the plain white background of the email application into a live view of the camera. It’s for those types who write email while walking. Great for watching where you’re going through the camera lens.

That will help you to not walk into lamp-posts, capture the cute rear of a girl in front of you, or get a shot of that rare rogue chicken that crosses your path before it crosses the road. There’s also the occasional roadkill, which will look great as a background.


The iPhone ELITE

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2008

The iPhone ELITEThis one isn’t rumored to surface at all and we don’t expect to see it at MacWorld 2009. It should arrive eventually though, just because it is well thought out and just makes sense. This concept was born because Mat Brady wants to get rid of his Nokia N95 but won’t buy an iPhone due to the lack of a physical keyboard, no good camera, and not enough storage.

Mat’s concept is called the iPhone Elite. It’s an iPhone with 60GB of storage, true 16:9 aspect ratio, slide-out keyboard, one megapixel front camera for iChat, and another high quality camera, with better lenses, optical zoom, and video capability.

Wazabee 3DeeShell gives your iPhone a 3D screen

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 19th, 2008

Wazabee 3DeeShell gives your iPhone a 3D screenWazabee will be introducing several ‘autostereoscopic’ products at Macworld that add no-glasses 3D technology to regular LCDs, including the iPhone. The 3DeeShell hugs the iPhone like a protective case, and features a clear “3D” lens that you can remove when you’re not using it.

Of course the case can’t magically convert 2D to 3D, but the company is offering a trio of apps to create and view media for the display, named 3DeeVUsion, 3Dee!oadr and 3DeeCamera. The Wazabee 3DeeShell is scheduled to ship in early Q2 2009.

New Griffin iPhone accessories surface

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Nino Marchetti on September 19th, 2008

Griffin AirCurve

Griffin Technology earlier this week unveiled two new accessories for iPhone owners. These are known as the AirCurve and Clarifi and they price around $20 and $35, respectively.

The AirCruve, which works with both the iPhone and iPhone 3G, takes the sound from the phone’s built-in speaker and amplifies it without the need for a power supply., Griffin says a coiled waveguide within the AirCruve helps to deliver “amazing amplification that sounds like desktop speakers.” It includes a a pass-through slot allowing you to charge and sync your iPhone when using a cable.

iHole: the iPhone box camera

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2008

iHole: the iPhone box camera
Still have that iPhone box laying around? Have some spare time? I have just the project for you. Create a box camera. Scot Hampton did just that and thus the iHole was born, a pinhole camera created using his roommate’s iPhone box. In a scene that must have made MacGuyver proud, he used nothing more than the iPhone’s packaging, some tape, tinfoil (for the lens), a piece of foam, and a leftover screw and tightener from an old Ikea desk.

Congratulations Scot, you have created a low tech camera from the world’s most high tech device. He also used the cardboard lining from the inside of the original box to construct the film holders you see on the back. It should also be mentioned that Scot is very considerate. He left the serial numbers intact, so that if his roommate ever needed to return it he could.

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