iPhone 4 owner ingeniously transforms their handset into a Leica Camera

iPhone 4 owner ingeniously transforms their handset into a Leica Camera
Remember how Steve Jobs compared the iPhone 4's design to an old school Leica camera? Well apparently one handset owner decided to take the daunting task of transforming their iPhone 4 into one that looks like a Leica camera. No, you're not going to spend a fortune on retrofitting the smartphone with some camera internals and parts, but instead, you're only going to simply rely on a few basic items. One MacRumors user had an ingenious idea and basically utilized a Griffin Reveal Case and a printed picture of a Leica camera. Since the rear of the Griffin case is transparent, he essentially cut the photo of the Leica camera and fitted it onto the case – while a couple of cut out holes were created for the camera and LED flash. In addition, certain spots were blacked out to make the cut out look flawless and present the iPhone 4 as a Leica camera. So if you want to tackle this easy do-it-yourself project, you can start off by buying the case and printing out the picture of the M8.

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source: MacRumors

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