Today, we use our smartphones more than ever to capture photos. As smartphone cameras continue to evolve, the need to carry around a separate camera with you becomes even slimmer.
The iPhone in particular has been praised for the quality of its camera. The iPhone 5s, for example, is capable of capturing larger microns in its lens than some other smartphones.
Basically, this means its camera sensor is capable of taking in more light, which results in more detailed and clear photos.
But there's always room for improvements. iPhone accessory makers and photography companies have released a ton of gadgets that are meant to enhance your iPhone's camera capabilities.
We've combed through a bunch of expert reviews and photography blogs to find some of the best camera accessories for your iPhone.USBFever's Fisheye Wide Angle 2X 9X 12X Telephoto Lens for iPhone 5s / 5 ($98.99)
This lens set comes with several handy lenses for your iPhone 5. In the pack, there's an 180-degree Fisheye lens, a wide angle lens, and various telephoto lenses in 2X, 9X, and 12X variants. USBFever claims that these lenses can turn your iPhone into a professional DSLR camera.
Joby GripTight GorillaPod Stand ($16.74)
Sometimes, you need a better way to hold your camera. That's when tripod and camera mounts prove useful. The Joby GripTight GorillaPod Stand provides a flexible anchor for your phone that Joby says will stick to nearly any surface. It works with any smartphone, regardless of which model you have.
Lensbaby Sweet Spot Lens ($70, coming soon)
In May, Lensbaby raised more than $40,000 on Kickstarter to create an attachable lens for smartphones that lets you choose the area of focus. With the Sweet Spot, you can focus on one point in your image while the outer edges gradually get blurry. Lensbaby, which makes an array of lenses, says this is its most popular effect to date. It'll cost $70 when it comes to market, but Kickstarter backers get it for $50.
Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens for iPhone 5s/ 3-in-1 Lens for iPhone 5c ($69.99/$59.99)
Olloclip offers a 4-in-1 lens for the iPhone 5s that comes with a Fisheye lens, wide-angle lens, and both 10x and 15x macro lenses. The company also sells a 3-in-one lens in various colors to match the iPhone 5c. The lens selection is the same as the 4-in-1 model, but without the 15x macro lens. Olloclip took home an Innovations and Design Engineering award from CES in 2013, the biggest consumer electronics show of the year.
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