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iPhone SLR Mount

Forget about the fact that you're going to have to carry around a big ol' lens. The iPhone SLR Mount ($190-$249) is here to give your iPhone access to Nikon or Canon lenses for supposedly awesome quality photos. The set includes an aluminum case, a fairly thick lens adapter, and a UV filter, all of which team up to let you attach your favorite zoom, macro, fisheye, or wide angle glass to your always connected shooter, making for nearly endless instant-upload photographic possibilities.

  • GL1 Vehicle Diagnostic Tool for iPhone

    The Check Engine light: the bane of many a car owner's existence, who've helplessly forked over hundreds of dollars only to find out that there was a $5 sensor that needed replaced. Well, enough of that. The GL1 Vehicle Diagnostic Tool for iPhone ($100) plugs simply and easily into your car's On Board Diagnostics (OBD-II) port, letting you run an app to find out what your car's actually up to. As a bonus, it will charge your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch at the same time, although you might look a little dorky with your phone permanently attached to a cord emerging from your dash.

  • Red Pop

    Sure, Apple might have said something today about using volume buttons to take a picture -- we'll take the Red Pop ($75) any day. Inspired by the classic camera equipment of designer Brendan Dawes' father, Red Pop is an oversized grip and dedicated shutter button for the iPhone 4, with a slick retro futuristic design, grippy texture, and delightfully oversized red button. Is it totally necessary? No, but it sure as hell isn't the craziest iAccessory we've seen.