Meet Trygger, a new polarizing lens for the iPhone 5 that was born on Kickstarter and aims to provide you with better smartphone snaps. The device clips onto your handset in an instant, then removes unwanted glare and reflections and makes your images sharper and more vibrant.Â
With the Trygger attached to your iPhone, glare from things like glass, water, metal, and other objects can be removed from your photographs, resulting in [Read More...]
All it takes is some double sided tape and a $ 7 lens to turn your iPhone into a microscope
Add microscopes to the list of things your iPhone can replace. A group of scientist visiting Tanzania were able to convert their iPhone 4S into a microscope using nothing by a $ 7 lens, some double sided tape, and a torch.
AfterÂ macgyvering the iPhone 4S into a microscope, the scientest then used [Read More...]
Ever needed a way to use your iPhone to control your iPad camera, or vice versa? No? How about using your iPod touch as a baby monitor, with an iPad upstairs to monitor your baby’s nap time? Or keeping an eye on a pet in the other room with your iPhone? You might want to take a picture with your iPhone on a tripod, to get a large group of people in the [Read More...]
Remember Blux Camera? Back in October of last year, I described it as â€œthe camera app Rick Deckard would use.â€ I stand by that, only now Blux has gotten a little remote companion which makes it even more Blade-Runnerier to use.
The new app is called Blux Lens and it turns your iPhone into a remote and all-seeing eye for the larger iPad app. There are a bunch of apps in [Read More...]
Itâ€™s understood that iOS cameras are insanely high-quality given their size. The only real knock about them is the fixed lens. Todayâ€™s Cult of Mac Deals offer aims to â€œfixâ€ that â€“ pun totally intended â€“ with this compact lens kit. It includes 3 versatile options that fit snugly over your iOS lens with a tech-friendly magnet â€“ and you can get this kit for only $ 25!
Itâ€™s understood that iOS cameras are insanely high-quality given their size. The only real knock about them is the fixed lens. Todayâ€™s Cult of Mac Deals offer aims to â€œfixâ€ that â€“ pun totally intended â€“ with this compact lens kit. It includes 3 versatile options that fit snugly over your iOS lens with a tech-friendly magnet â€“ and you can get this kit for only $ 25 [Read More...]
Filp Cap from CNET Asia on Vimeo.
Pesky lens caps: They’re either on the lens and in your way, or in your pocket and impossible to find. Or – worse – lost. What’s that? You have a little string to keep it attached to your camera’s strap? That’s neat, but it’s also going to drive you crazy next time it dangles into frame.
What you need, my frustrated camera-toting friend, is the Flip Cap.
The Flip Cap is a [Read More...]
LAS VEGAS, CES 2013 – The truth of the matter is that there’s just no way to have a telescopic lens phallically jutting out of the back of your iPad in a way that Jony Ive’s sense of dignity in design would approve of. Props to Polaroid, then, for not even trying, instead going a more playful route with their brand new [Read More...]
What I am about to share with you will likely blow your mind. It will change your perspective on the world forever, and give you a new understanding of the word “convergence.” Ladies and gentlemen, I bring you the Lens Strap, a device which hovers uncertainly in the quantum foam between iPhoneography accessories and collars for poodles from Beverly Hills.
I warned you.
Yank this candy-colored strip of faux leather over the head of Sir Prancelot [Read More...]
Imagine, if you will, a world where cellphone cameras and SLRs get along. A world where one was never teased by the other. Imagine a world where Canon and Nikon lenses can be used as easily on an iPhone as they can on their own bodies.
Now open your eyes and look around. How do you feel? Does anything look any different. It should, because the whole world just changed. Behold! The iPhone SLR Mount.
The [Read More...]