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TurtleJacket iPhone Case: For iPhoneotography Enthusiasts Only

by Range
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Let’s be honest, I have a good DSLR camera, but I still take a lot of photos with my iPhone. That being said, my case is pretty ordinary. If you’re serious about taking photos with your iPhone 4 or 4S, then this might be the case for you. The TurtleJacket iPhone case adds some extra photographic functionalities to  your smartphone.

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The aluminum TurtleJacket case has two tripod mounts, two strap holds, allowing you to hang your iPhone around your neck or wrists, and a 37mm thread for conversion lenses. The base package includes a UV filter and a 37mm wide-angle lens.

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There’s even an SLR lens jacket version available, allowing you to mount your Nikon or Canon lenses to the iPhone if you want to go crazy. I think this could get a bit awkward and cumbersome, but anything for that perfect photo, right?

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Unfortunately, all this photographic flexibility comes at a price – the TurtleJacket starts off at 980 Hong Kong Dollars (~$126 USD) while the DOF versions will set you back about twice that.

[via Ubergizmo]

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