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New Holga Lens Filters For Your iPhone - Holga iPhone Lens Filter Kit works like an old rotary phone.

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Holga iPhone Lens Filter Create retro looking iPhone photos with Holga's new iPhone case which features an old school style telephone dial that's filled with nine plastic special effects and filters. Once fitted, just turn the dial to the filter/special effect you want to use and you'll be able to take retro-inspired shots without installing software or apps.

Included in the Lens Filter Kit is:
  • Dual Image Lens: Produces 2 identical images similar to a Holga 2 way split image filter
  • Triple Image Lens: Produces 3 identical images similar to a Holga 3 way split image filter
  • Quadruple Image Lens: Produces 4 identical images similar to a Holga 4 way split image filter
  • 60mm Macro Lens: For taking photos at approximately 60mm from the lens
  • Empty Hole: For taking images with no effect 
  • Red Filter with Clear Heart Shape Centre: Reduces absorption of blue & green lights with clear heart shape centre to stand out
  • Red Filter: Reduces absorption of blue and green light
  • Green Filter: Enhances green colors
  • Yellow Filter with Clear Centre: Clear circular spot in center to stand out with surroundings in pale yellow to mimic sunset
  • Blue Filter with Clear Centre: Clear circular spot in center to stand out with surroundings in blue to mimic gentle moon atmosphere
The Holga iPhone Lens Filter Kit SLFT-IP4 is available in a choice of Red, Blue, White, Black or Silver for $24.99. 

Visit Holga Direct for more information.




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Consulo
Consulo  9762 forum posts Scotland9 Constructive Critique Points
16 Nov 2011 - 4:46 PM

Or, for the price, you could put the money towards a holga.

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Carrera_c
Carrera_c  4244 forum posts United Kingdom3 Constructive Critique Points
17 Nov 2011 - 10:32 AM

Seems a bit big and messy to have attached to your phone all the time. Prefer the magnetic lenses that you can just pop on whenever you like.

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