iPhone 4: Vintage DSLR lens Upgrade

By Peter Chubb - Jul 8, 2010

The camera on the iPhone has never been its strong point, but Apple has changed all that with the 5-megapixel camera on the new iPhone 4. However, this cannot compete with some of the Android running handsets, such as the 8-megapixel HTC EVO 4G.

Well, now there is a way for you to improve the camera on the fourth-generation iPhone with a DSLR upgrade. Looking at the prototype, which Hypebeast has a couple of photos of, you can see that you can improve your point and shoot quality with this kit with tripod.

When I say point and shoot, I use that term a bit too literally, as it will be a bit heavy to handle and could suffer from camera shake – then again you could download an app to stop you getting blurred images.

Engadget explains that details are a bit hard to come by, but they do point out that Technabob informs them that a Manfrotto pocket tripod has been used – well it’s a start.

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