Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad iPhone?… Part 1 by EveNSteveMarch 23, 2010April 19, 2010 Are you afraid?… or are you inspired? LINKS: Owle Bubo MAP: Mobile Art Project Owle on Youtube Share this:SharePrintTwitterRedditEmailFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
6 thoughts on “Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad iPhone?… Part 1”
What make/model is that little light unit? Thanks.
Sima model SL-20LXi
You have your phone always with you, but how about that contraption and those lenses? It seems bigger than a compact camera which would provide same capabilities. Wouldn’t it be easier to just take a camera like Panasonic LX3, which would have a wide zoom lens and a grip built-in already in camera? (It does hd video too)
I do get your point about easier backup with the iphone though.. I wish that could be done with a dslr.
As a second “camera” I’d just use the phone in my pocket so very compact and easy to always have… my setup in this video is a primary use camera with the Owle and lenses for the MAP, Mobile Art Project.
nice video Stephen, I look forward to Part II.
That thing looks like a game controller.
Did you have a look at the Ricoh lenses for the GRD, they also have the 37mm filter size. I have a Lensbaby set and that is also 37mm filter size and contains of a 1.6 tele, a 0.6 wide, a 4+ macro and a 10+ macro. When i use the tele or wide convertor on my GRD it gives me slight fisheye effect.
Regards and keep up the good work!