The cameras used in iPhones have gotten a whole lot better in the past couple of years. Nowadays, you can capture fairly decent shots with an iPhone 4S. It is more than decent for casual photographers. You can always add lenses to your phone’s camera to get more out of it. The Gizmon Clip-On Lenses seem quite exciting to play around with. These clip on lenses just slip on your iPhone or iPad to improve your photos.
The idea behind these lenses is very simple. They are compact and easy to attach to an iPhone or iPad. Fisheye, Circular Polarizer or the 3-Image Mirage filter are currently available (costing you a total of $85). The lenses won’t damage your phone or tablet in any way. They are quite easy to carry around. You should probably use these with the latest iPhone or iPad though.
Speaking of enhancing your iPhone, the PoP Video is what you need to start displaying your iPhone’s content over larger screens. It has a video out of 960 x 540 pixel resolution and attaches to your iDevice super fast. The Pop adapter, which is developed by Micron Technology, has a 30-pin connector to dock your iOS device. You also get a free app to tweak the projector’s settings with.
The PoP projector can handle videos downloaded from iTunes and iTunes U as long as they are not MPEG 3 protected. Facebook, YouTube, and web pages can be projected as well. Interested? The PoP Video pico projector is currently available for $99.
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