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iPhone Shutter Grip

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.

  • Drone Controller

    If the last few years have been marked by the release of ever more advanced games for iOS and Android, then perhaps 2012 will be the year that the controls catch up to the games. The Drone Controller ($65 and up) is a good start. This sleek, open-source controller will link up with your iOS, Android, or PC device via Bluetooth, and will offer dual analog joysticks, a digital G-pad, six face buttons, two shoulder buttons, a rechargeable battery, and an open source SDK for developers to take advantage of the advanced controls. [Scouted by Matthew]

  • Gizmon iCA iPhone Case

    Take the iPhone as camera metaphor to its near conclusion with the Gizmon iCA iPhone Case ($70). Inspired by classic rangefinders, this crazy case adds an optical viewfinder, a top mounted physical shutter button, a detachable tripod mount, and a conversion lens mount with your choice of fisheye, wide angle, or macro lenses. Also available in silver.