Lens adapter for your iPhone



Adapter for your IPhone?  Yes, I want it! This is what a cool invention. You can read the details here. It only cost you $249, pretty okay. You don’t need a DSLR camera for your lens and you can post or share your good, professional quality picts right away after you took a picture.

Can I DIY it? It looks not too difficult, isn’t it? I have an android phone, may be I can create a lens adapter for it. First thing to do is to know how a digital lens work… that’s difficult I think 🙂 Let’s googling first.





A must have lens

Nikon will release a new 50mm f/1.8 lens called AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G soon.

It is a must have lens for my Nikon D3100. With its fast f/1.8 aperture will help get you some fantastic results as well as giving you a bright viewfinder image which makes it easier to compose your shots.

But I have to wait until it is available at camera shops in next June 16th.

Photography Experiments

I like natural view when I visit new place and take pictures. I brought my Nicon D3100 when I visited Netherlands last November. It was good weather, rather cold but okay. I got clear sky and have no rain. Its just perfect for taking pictures. Here are some nice pictures I took.

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Entry level camera: Nikon D3100

It is time to replace my old Nikon F70. It is still a film based camera. I am happy with this model. But now a days you are forced to upgrade your gadget to follow the recent technology. It is now very difficult to find a store who process your film. Although some people says digital quality is still yet to close the film based quality.

After googling and seeing some options available in the market, it comes to two options: Canon 550D or Nikon D3100. There is good article discuss the comparation between the two (read here). I decided to take the Nikon D3100. This model fullfils my needs for a non-pro like me.

Key Features:
• 14.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor
• 3.0″ LCD monitor (230,000 dots)
• Image sensor cleaning (sensor shake)
• 11 AF points (with 3D tracking)
• IS0 100-3200 range (12,800 expanded)
• HD movies (1080, 720p or WVGA)

Nikon D3100

Nikon D3100