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Five cool iPhone camera gadgets
Upgrade your iPhone photography skills with these professional-level add-ons.
By Kevin Aeh
Published: June 7, 2012
iFlash, $20 at gadgetsandgear.com Let there be light! This add-on plugs into the bottom of your phone (or iPod Touch) and shines a little extra light on your subject.
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iPhone lens dial, $250 at photojojo.com This old-school-looking dial includes three lenses—fish-eye, wide angle and telephoto. Bonus: This add-on could double as a case.
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Olloclip, $70 at olloclip.com This compact lens (it’s no bigger than a fun-size candy bar, which means it won’t take up a lot of space in your bag or pocket) offers three options: fish-eye, macro and wide.
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GorillaMobile, $40 at joby.com Even if you have the best lens, you still need a steady hand to get a great shot. GorillaMobile solves the blurry-photo problem with this tripod that can bend to wrap around just about any surface or object.
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iPhone SLR mount, $250 at photojojo.com This monster add-on uses Canon or Nikon SLR lenses and features depth-of-field and manual focus. You can attach just about any lens to it, and its case features two strap loops (just like real single-lens reflex cameras the pros use!).
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