We’ve seen iPhone cases that comes with additional lenses that can be attached to it. This allows photographers to add lenses such as zoom, macro and wide-angle to their iPhone, allowing for a different level of photography. Unfortunately for the most part, these lenses can hardly be called professional and are nowhere near the quality that one can expect from a DSLR lens, which is why this Phocus iPhone case might be worth taking a look at.
In case the photo above did not already give it away, the Phocus is an iPhone case that allows iPhone users to attach DSLR lenses onto the case, although it would need an additional adapter to do so. However the flexibility to do so is one we’re assuming could be appreciated by iPhone photographers who might have a couple of DSLR camera lenses lying about. The Phocus case comes in two different packages – $100 with two lenses (not DSLR lenses, mind you) or three lenses for $135. The adapters for DSLR lenses are sold at $220 for Canon and $245 for Nikon, which we have to admit is rather pricey.
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