Here's the Phocus case for the iPhone 4 and 4s. It comes with removable wide-angle, macro and telephoto lenses. There's also a tripod mount, shoe (for lights and microphones). Cool huh?
Where things get really interesting is when you add the optional $219.95 35mm adapter. It allows you to attach Nikon lenses. Now you can see how well Nikon's 600mm telephoto lens works with the iPhone.
Presumably there's no way to power the lens so it will be stuck a its maximum aperture (unless you attach it to your SLR, close it down and then remove the lens) and I'm not sure how focusing will work.
The case with 3 lenses is a mere $134.95 while the adapter is a more SLR like $219.95.
Saw this over at Tom's.
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The iPhone might put an end to a number of other gadgets that were around for ages. With new discoveries like these, there would be no difference between a digital camera and the iPhone. This is great in a way - as you would have the functions of so many devices put together - in a single unit.