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Add-on lenses: The iPhone is great at shooting stuff relatively close by. But lets say you want an extreme close up of a technicolor flower in the Amazon, a shot of a lion 20 feet away or a wide view of a stunning Rio sunset. You’re going to need to help the shot along by adding on a marco, wide-angle or telephoto lens. Thankfully these are teeny and affix magnetically right to the back of the phone.
Pocket spotlight: Ever shoot pics of your friends with that harsh iPhone flash? Untag, please. Instead affix this LED spotlight, which will give you a continuous light source for more flattering portraits. It also makes it easier for the camera to focus. Plus it’s no bigger than a stick of gun.
Shutter remote: You can stop bugging strangers to take your photo thanks to this shutter remote. The pocket size, Bluetooth remote allows you to shoot photo and video from up to 30 feet away. And it comes with a built-in stand to prop the camera with.
Scuba suit: Underwater camera cases sometimes cost as much if not more than the camera itself. But this airtight case is just $60 and allows you to shoot pics up 15 feet deep. It’s also great for peace of mind when shooting in the rain, on the beach and in the snow.
Une bobine: Tripods are unwieldy and take up too much space. Instead, unroll this bendy cord and voila, camera charger and tripod in one.