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ZEISS Introduces Macro & Telephoto Lenses for iPhone 6, 6S and 6S Plus

World renowned optics manufacturer Zeiss made a somewhat of a surprise announcement yesterday at CES 2016. The legendary German lens maker teamed up with Fellowes Brands, manufacturers of premium mobile photography accessories for a new lineup of lenses specifically made for smartphones, and in particular the latest offerings

Upcoming BeastGrip Pro Lets You Use SLR Lenses With Your Smartphone

Smartphones are becoming more sophisticated and with camera sensors capable of producing lovely images, which is attributed to the “iphoneography” snappers quickly displacing point and shoot camera and even traditional cameras for taking stills photographs. Instagram and other social media platforms for sharing images have grown into

Toshiba IK-4K UltraHD – A New 3-Chip 4K Mini Camera

Sometimes going big isn’t the point. As technology moves on, we see incredibly innovative designs of cameras, computers, and mobile phones. While their latest generation iPhones may be getting bigger (and thinner) they do produce stunning images, and Apple are going further by putting fast computers into thin 5K

Rig Your iPhone 6 with This DIY Rig or Beastgrip It!

Just after a week ago we covered the DSLRPros 3-axis Smartphone Stabilizer, and today we have another relatively cheap DIY solution for your smartphone or GoPro camera. You can use this rig not only for the new iPhone 6 but also for some bigger in size models

The FPS1000 Camera Brings Slow-Motion to the Masses!

Now that we have really affordable 4K cameras and capture devices for under $2,000 and even smart phones which shoot video at 4K resolution, high-speed seems to be the next frontier. Just look at the new GoPro Hero4 Black, which can do 1080/120p or even the iPhone

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus 240fps Slow Motion Video Examples

In 2014 shooting a short or a feature film on an iPhone or any other smart device fitting in a pocket could be hardly surprising for any of us. There are plenty of examples already where iPhones were used as a primarily shooting device on professional commercial