The Nova is a credit card-sized external LED flash for the iPhone and Android devices.
Wish your cameraphone had a proper flash, but don’t want to switch handsets? There’s an add-on for that.
Lumu has raised over $240k to manufacture their plug-in smartphone light meter, and will release their SDK to developers.
Lumu has successfully crowd-funded its iPhone incident light meter accessory, which is to be made in the EU.
The colour-changing, smartphone-controlled Kick LED from Rift Labs is now on sale at Photojojo for $179.
Today we’re looking at the Pocket Spotlight, a tiny LED light that fits on a cameraphone, in the hotshoe or in your hand.
Robbert reviews the Kick, a colour-changing LED panel from Rift Labs that can be controlled via a smartphone.
A patent has been uncovered for an Apple wireless camera lighting system. But is it a good idea and would you ever use it?
Lumu has announced that their plug-in incident light meter for the iPhone will be crowd-funded, and may be coming to Android too.
Lumu is a company that is aiming to announce a next-generation light meter, “bringing it to the 21st century”.
How can you improve the photos taken with your cameraphone in low-light environments? Can your mobile assist your photography?
Luxi, the clip-on incident light meter adapter for the iPhone, is now starting production and can be ordered by members of the public.