This gadget is bound to please all iDevice lovers and old camera connoisseurs. Giving a new lease on life to old, unusable Minolta and Pentax cameras, designer Roberto Altieri, the shop owner of LaboratorioAltieri, in Santa Barbara, California, has spruced up the classy system of up scaling.
He has fixed an iPhone jack into the shutter of the camera, thereby converting it into a stylishly, hip iPhone holder. The holder comes equipped with a 3 feet cord that connects into a USB Port. The whole contraption is pretty neat and lets you really keep everything you value pretty much close to you.
Altieri has indeed gone way ahead when it comes to utilizing the SLR’s true worth. Often, it’s very difficult to find films for these cameras, which prompted the designer to refurbish the gadget into a useful docking device. The stability of the iPhone is a bit of a problem in the camera dock, though, it comes with no promises to keep it safe and sound. The idea is a simple concept, yet it’s very innovative use will keep the idea fresh for years and years to come.
The vintage camera dock is available for a price of $39 each. Bring home the device with a subtle panache and you’d never have to thing about looks again. You’re actually getting two hip things for the price of one. It’s a good deal, isn’t it?