iPhone Lens Dial Puts a New Spin on iPhone Photography Dave Peterson November 22, 2011 News 3 Comments 189 Shares Google+ 82 Twitter 31 Facebook 67 LinkedIn 6 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 2 Buffer 1 189 Shares × If you’ve been seeing the growing options in lens attachments for the iPhone, this design shouldn’t be too much of a surprise. The iPhone Lens Dial takes a wide angle, fisheye, and telephoto and puts them on a dial mounted on an iPhone case so any lens is never more than a couple of clicks away. The ring also has holes between each of the special lenses to allow use of the regular iPhone lens. The wide angle gives you a 0.7x view, the fisheye gives 0.33x, and the telephoto brings you in to 1.5x. The case has tripod mounts for both landscape and portrait orientation shooting, and whole package weighs only 10 oz. It fits iPhone 4/4S and will run you $250 from Photojojo. 3 Responses Bruce R. (BPR639geek) November 22, 2011 Very cool Dave. I don’t have an iPhone, but this almost makes me want to go out and buy one. I LOVE the styling of the older cameras like the Bolex as our G+ friend Phil Nolan mentions. I’m going to recommend this to all my iPhone friends however. Do you think the guys will get one in to give it a go? “B” Dave Peterson November 22, 2011 Yes, we’re looking into getting one for review. Stay tuned… Mike Fulton December 2, 2011 Everything old is new again. This is how they used to do different lenses for quick-change back in the days before they were able to make decent zooms.