Oh, Apple: never one to add silly things like dedicated camera buttons to your phone. Luckily, someone's gone and done it for them. The iPhone Shutter Grip ($40) attaches to your phone via the dock connector, giving you dedicated shutter and video buttons right where you'd expect them. The downside? It only works with Belkin's LiveAction camera app — good thing Instagram imports photos.
We've seen plenty of awesome painting apps for the iPad, but let's face it: no matter how good the app, you're probably still just finger painting. Unless you're using the Sensu Brush ($30). This smart tool combines a rubber-tipped digital stylus with a capacitive paintbrush in a single, sleek, silver package that gives you all the feeling and responsiveness of a real brush without the mess. Available in May. [Scouted by Rick]
We've seen lots of camera lens add-ons for the iPhone, but never one like this. Built to work with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, the Kogeto Dot Panoramic iPhone Lens ($50) lets you take full 360 degree photos and video using nothing but your phone. Thanks to a dedicated app, you simply hold your phone face-down and let the iConic lens capture your surroundings, which can then be uploaded for viewing on Kogeto's website, or via the Looker app. [Scouted by Erik]