The other day we reported on the Holga lens kit which was basically an iPhone case with a rotating dial at the back to swap between lomography-styled lenses. Now if lomography isn’t your thing and you prefer regular photography, Photojojo may have the answer for you in the form of the Lens Dial.
Just like the Holga lens kit, the Lens Dial is an iPhone case with a series of rotating lenses at the back of it. This will allow the user to swap between a 0.7x wide-angle, 0.33x fisheye and a 1.5x telephoto lens. The case will also feature support for tripods, but do not expect the Lens Dial to come cheap.
The aluminum enclosure will set you back $249 and definitely does not look pocket friendly. However if you rely on your iPhone constantly to take photos on your travels, and the Lens Dial is a cheaper and more portable solution compared to a DSLR camera and a set of lenses, head on down to Photojojo’s website and order yourself one today.
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