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Holga Lens Filter Case Makes iPhones into LomoPhones

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The Holga iPhone 4 Lens Filter Kit is the perfect way to turn your iPhone photography on its head, without having to rely on digital filter effects. Plus, it’s cheap enough that you won’t balk as offering it to someone on a gift exchange or as a stocking stuffer.

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The case installs easily onto your iPhone 4 or 4S. Once its fitted, you have access to 9 different and crazy effects, without the need to access any specialized software or apps. And since these are actual optical filters, they can be used in concert with any picture-taking app.

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The filters are on a wheel designed to look like an old school rotary phone dial, with settings which produce colored vignettes, multiple images, macro shots or other photo distortion effects.

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The Holga lens filter case comes available in a variety of colors and sells for $24.99 (USD) directly from Holga.

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