The pro iPhone shooter’s kit bag

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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.

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