The pro iPhone shooter’s kit bag
1 Canon Selphy CP910 £69 canon.co.uk There are a few little photo printers that can connect to your iPhone, but this Canon one uses the iOS-standard AirPrint system so you don’t have to wrestle with a clunky manufacturer’s app. Good prints, and there’s an optional battery pack – print postcards (there’s special postcard paper available) when you’re on holiday!
2 Veho Muvi X-Lapse £16 veho-world.com This is basically like an egg-timer with a mount stuck on top. Slip your iPhone in, start shooting a time-lapse and it will slowly spin around.
3 Moment case and lenses Case from $70, lenses $100 each momentlens.com You can mount these lenses – a wideangle, telephoto, and macro – directly to your iPhone using a slim adhesive mounting plate, or slip your iPhone into the special case which gives you a shutter and other features, and works well in conjunction with Moment’s app for clever manual controls.
4 DxO One £449 dxo.com If you love the flexibility of shooting with your iPhone – editing then immediately sharing your photos – but wish it just took higher quality shots, then consider the One. It’s a selfcontained camera with a much bigger sensor and much more manual control, but which can plug into your Lightning port quite easily.
5 Mophie Spacestation From £130 uk.mophie.com The perfect companion for a holiday especially, this device isn’t just a 6,000mAh battery, it also packs 32 (or 64 or 128) gigabytes of storage so you can offload shots from your iPhone too – both of which help you shoot for longer and capture more.
6 Glif £27 studioneat.com This clever adapter lets you attach your iPhone to a standard tripod mount. Which iPhones? All of them; it’s adjustable! Also works as a stand to tilt your iPhone for movie watching on a train’s seatback tray, say.