Articles tagged with: iPhone 4S
Yesterday, Apple released the latest version of its operating for iDevices, iOS 6. It’s a pretty big and spiffy update, with over 200 new features. I was actually more excited about the new iOS than I was about the new iPhone 5.
The tiltpod mobile is a small, very portable, very spiffy gadget that holds your iPhone 4 or 4S like a little tripod so you can frame, be in, and shoot the pictures you want. We are giving away 12 of them.
The Mophie juice pack plus is an outstanding case for the iPhone 4 and 4S. Even after reviewing it, the Mophie has stayed on my iPhone and is my everyday case on my 4S. Quite simply, it delivers.
There’ve been several cool Kickstarter projects for iPhoneography recently. The 3RDiis another, very cool one that I’m really excited about. “Game changer” is probably pretty close to accurate when describing the 3RDi. The specs and lens quality of this rig are up there with the Schneider Optics iPRO Lens System for iPhone, in particular the 20mm-equivalent Wide Angle lens.
Here’s another cool Kickstarter project that’s trying to meet its funding goal. The ANYCASE tripod adapter is a sturdy, metal accessory for any smartphone, not just an iPhone 4 or 4S.
The DiffCase Lens Mount is an outstanding case for iPhoneographers. It offers great protection for your device. The new lens mount system improves the ease and speed of mounting lenses and even improves the functionality of lenses you already own
Just in time for summertime tubin’, swimming and snorkeling, Photojojo’s newest iPhone product is the driSuit for iPhone 4 and 4S. It’s a 100% waterproof case that’ll let you take your iPhone down to 15 feet underwater.
The iCA case itself is made from polycarbonate and, whilst light, is surprisingly sturdy. The set comes with 2 mock lenses, a thick and a thin one. It took only a few seconds to unscrew the mock lens, unclip the top bit that holds together the two halves of the case, remove the thick foam insert and replace that with my iPhone 4. Less than 5 seconds, actually.
Since posting screenshots of my iPhone 4S on my most recent “My Camera Bag”, I’ve had several requests about the Blueprint background wallpaper I use on my iPhone. While not iPhoneography-related, I’m sharing it here.
While the iPhone 4S is designed to take real world bumps and scrapes, I prefer the protection that a good case offers. If you use a “naked” iPhone 4 or 4S, chances are good that your lens cover has micro-scratches. I found out myself the hard way.
Fort Worth iPhoneographer Kevin Buchanan recently reviewed two accessories for iPhoneographers — the POPA shutter release and the popular Olloclip.
If you find yourself wanting a wider field of view out of your iPhone, the iPro Lens System is a combination wide angle + 165Â° fish eye and iPhone 4/4S case system. The iPro is worth a look and definitely worth adding to your holiday wish list.