If you’re a recurring reader of our printer’s blog, then you’re aware of my latest interest in Instagram (which is planning on going public soon and I’m investing!) and iphoneology. In my quest of improving my overall photography, my attention was brought to photojojo by a newfound friend on Instagram. If you’re looking for some ways to improve your iphoneology, these items may prove useful, or at least bring you a little enjoyment.
(I took these descriptions directly from their website so if they give me grief about it, I’ll rewrite them.)
1. The Dot iPhone Panorama Lens
You got your iPhone out just in time! In front of you is a bear riding a bicycle. Behind you? There’s a kitten juggling knives. If only there was a way to cram all 360 degrees in to one video!
The Dot iPhone Panorama Lens uses the magic of mirrors to shoot 360-degree video. Whether you’re at a concert, game or monster truck rally, this lens captures all the action all at once. Just place it over the back of your phone the same way you’d put on a case.
The best part – the video is interactive. Once it’s shot, you can pan your finger over your phone’s screen to see all that was captured with the lens’ 360-degree eye. Go ahead, play with a few sample interactive videos!
If you prefer to see your video as a regular ‘ol flat vid, you can do that, too. Just shoot and save as an HD widescreen video with the free accompanying Looker app — no extra stitching or editing.
2. Fisheye, Macro, Wide Angle and Telephoto Phone Lenses
It’s hard to believe you were that Snobby McSnobberson of yore — 100% dedicated to film and cringing at the “D” in DSLR. But then, cell phone cameras happened.
It was the readiness with which you could whip out this camera that made you fall in love. Yes, it had you at hello (get it? it’s a phone), and now your only wish is to bathe your beloved with lavish accessories.
Well, your wish is granted! Our high-clarity glass cell phone lenses are like pro lenses for your camera phone, giving you crisp and clear shots every time.
Presenting three small yet powerful lenses: the Fisheye, Telephoto, and Macro/Wide Angle Cell Phone Lenses. These finely constructed lenses transform your standard phone photos into wide, up-close, super zoomed and wonderfully warped wonders.
They work with any camera phone (even the slick glass on your new iPhone 4!) and attaching them is easy breezy! A detachable magnetic ring sticks to your cell, providing a sturdy, shake-free hold between the lens and your phone.
The Wide Angle/Macro Lens is the perfect pairing. The removable Macro ring captures shocking high quality close-up detail while the Wide Angle Lens allows you to cram more into one shot. Perfect for video chatting or group shots.
The Fisheye Lens creates fun-tastic curved edges with a 180-degree angle that makes everyone look like they live in a plastic bubble (or a Beastie Boys music video).
Then there’s the latest addition to the phone lens family: the super handy Telephoto lens. It gives your little-phone-lens-that-could super duper 2x zooming powers. Look at you, paparazzi!
Facebook camera phone album, get ready for some shots like you’ve never seen.
3. The iPhone Rangefinder
These days, everywhere you turn, you see an iPhone. iPhones in pant pockets, shirt pockets, fanny pack pockets. Not you: you’ve got a rangefinder slung around your neck.
It just happens to take digital pictures and take phone calls.
The iPhone Rangefinder is a phoneography system that gives your iPhone all the style of a classic camera. It’ll equip your phone with a shutter button, viewfinder, aperture numbers, two loops for a camera strap, and a tripod mount!
But it isn’t all about looks. You actually get to use the shutter button and viewfinder to take your shots! Plus, you can attach all of your favorite Magnetic Cell Lenses: Fisheye, Wide Angle/Macro, and 2x Telephoto.
The faux front lens is useful, too. A mirror is built-in, so you get perfect self-portraits on the first try.
Even though you’re shooting with old-school style, your photos will still have that awesome iPhone quality and instant gratification.
While your iPhone’s dressed up as a fancy camera it can still do everything it usually does. Just don’t try to open up the back for film.
4. Easy Macro Cell Lens Band
We thought that all rubber bands were good for was launching at your co-workers and making unnecessarily large balls.
Then we discovered the Macro Cell Lens Band: a sturdy band with a built-in macro lens that works with any any mobile phone!
This lens will transform your iPhone photos from meh to awesome by giving you stunningly sharp details. See the curious detail of your own eye, get a close-up of the sprinkles on your ice cream cone or see what an ant’s face really looks like!
Keep it around a card in your wallet or on your wrist for easy access. The band slides onto your phone in an instant, so you won’t miss any more shots fumbling for a lens!
Just don’t try launching this band. No one likes a camera lens flying through the air!
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