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The Optrix iPhone Adventure Suit
If you want to push your smartphone's camera to the limit and try out underwater photography, the Optrix iPhone Adventure Suit is a tough case to protect your phone -- while you use the inbuilt three-element wide-angle lens to take pictures.
The case is available for $130, and can be purchased with the 'super sucker' for $180.
The iPhone Lens Dial
The iPhone's camera is pretty good, but if you want to turn things up a notch, the iPhone lens dial is a cool-looking magnetized accessory that gives photographers access to three different lenses just by rotating the disc.
The accessory -- priced at $249 -- has three glass lenses: a wide angle (0.7x), fisheye (0.33x) and telephoto (1.5x), as well as an additional macro lens for the iPhone 5/5s version. Two tripod mounts are included.
Tilt and shift
You can do more than create makeshift macro and pinhole lenses with your smartphone. How about a tilt and shift effect?
By using a cheap CCTV lens, such as a Goyo 4.5mm, you can manufacture a DIY Tilt-Shift; take it apart, then combine the front element with one of the back elements using plastic screws. Once complete, using rubber bands and a smartphone case, you can put the makeshift lens in place.
Via: Maciej Pietuszynski