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The Panono, a former crowdfunding campaign, is one of the more exciting photography-based gadgets i've seen this year. Equipped with multiple cameras able to shoot at 108 megapixels, you throw the ball in the air and it simultaneously captures and stitches panoramic views of your surroundings.
The device is currently available for pre-order, and is expected to ship by Christmas at the earliest.
Bitemyapple Nova pocket flash
While smartphone cameras have evolved dramatically in the past several years, often becoming more capable than ever to capture stunning images, sometimes, in poor lighting conditions, you simply need a little more exposure. Bitemyapple's Nova pocket flash is a device which offers you this as a iPhone photographer, and rather than sticking it on the handset itself, you can manually move the light source to take real control of your photo, especially useful for portraits.
Photojojo smartphone lenses
Photojojo's smartphone lenses are always tucked away in my bag if I don't have my standard camera kit with me and a photo opportunity appears. A small magnetic ring fits around your smartphone's camera, and then each individual lens can be snapped on and off at your leisure. The lenses feel sturdy and look great, and for the price bracket, the quality of images is vastly improved. My favorite option is the Super Fisheye.
Price: $20 - $99