Articles tagged with: Photojojo
One of the most popular accessories for the iPhone camera are the combination Wide Angle/Macro and Fisheye lens kits. With the exception of the iPro Lens System by Schneider Optics, all of the wide angle lenses create optical lens distortion. OlloCorrect is a new utility that quickly compensates for this distortion and fixes it. If you shoot with a clip-on wide angle lens, you need this utility.
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.
If you’ve got some or all of the popular Photojojo iPhone lenses, keeping them secure when carrying them around can be a problem. Photojojo has solved this problem. They now have a custom case that fits the set of lenses and accessories that they offer.
Check out Photojojo’s new Tumblr blog, Photojojo (hearts) Phoneography! It features, weekly reviews of both iPhone & Android photo apps, a daily dose of phoneography eye candy, the latest camera phone tech news, and cool Photojojo swag
An optical lens will nearly always give better results than a digital zoom. If you use the iPhone camera’s digital zoom often, you may want to consider purchasing an external optical zoom lens. The 8X Telephoto Lens for iPhone from Photojojo is a good optical lens for a value price.
I love shopping the Photojojo store. Just about everything in there is designed to make camera geeks go “Want!”. This week, my latest want is their new 8x Telephoto Lens. Announced back in February, it finally ships Friday, April 29 (iPhone 3G/3GS version ships a little later), but they are accepting pre-orders for the lens now.
Back in October, 2010, Darrel Austin who writes the PhotoAppinion blog posted a great piece about external iPhone lenses. He reviews the Photojojo lenses and shows an excellent (but “ugly”) hack to get the magnetic rings to work with an iPhone 4.
The article is a little old, having been published back in April of this year, but there’s still a lot of good stuff in Photojojoâ€™s Ultimate Hipstamatic Guide. Hipstamatic now actually has 8 lenses + 7 flash options + 10 films for 560 different combinations. My brain hurts.
If you need more than the new wider field of view lens of the iPhone 4, consider getting a set of external lenses. iPhoneographer Darrel Austin has written this excellent piece about external cell phone lenses