How to Ruin an iPhone With a DSLR Lens

02Dec09

When the iPhone came out in 2007, everyone complained that it only had a two megapixel camera. When the iPhone 3G came out in 2008, it still had a two MPs. Finally in 2009, the 3GS was unleashed and 3 megapixels came standard along with autofocus and video recording. Nice improvement, but everyone still bitches about it. No zoom, blah blah blah.

One person decided to take matters into their own hands and stick putty and tape (yes, duct tape) a Canon lens right onto the iPhone’s camera. The new photos that his DSLR/iPhone frankenbaby can take? Not so sharp.

Not only does his mod take crappier photos, but it looks like terrible itself. My suggestion: keep your DSLR lens on your DSLR, and you won’t look like a dunce on the street. Also, I don’t know how this guy planned to stick his modded iPhone into his pocket. What about when he gets a call? How do you hold it?

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