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Turn Your iPhone into a Vintage Camera

If you’re torn between the addiction of modern technology and the nostalgia for old-time vintage classics, there are ways to marry the two.

Such as turning your must-have app-tastic iPhone into what looks like a vintage camera.

Here are some of my favorite iPhone cameras for vintage-loving photographers:

  • Instamatic Camera iPhone Case 1 of 8
    Instamatic Camera iPhone Case
    Everyone will think you're using a classic Kodak, when really you're uploading to Instagram.
    Buy from Society 6, $35
  • Vintage Range Finder Camera 2 of 8
    Vintage Range Finder Camera
    A throwback camera design from the pre-digital era.
    Buy from Society 6, $35
  • Old School Camera Phone 3 of 8
    Old School Camera Phone
    This "old-school camera" is actually a Yashica — which was a Japanese camera from the 1950s.
    Buy from Society 6, $35
  • Vintage Camera 4 of 8
    Vintage Camera
    Another vintage camera that's sure to puzzle your kids.
    Buy from Society 6, $35
  • Modern Vintage-Inspired Camera 5 of 8
    Modern Vintage-Inspired Camera
    This stripes on this iPhone case seem to be inspired by a vintage polaroid camera.
    Buy from Society 6, $35
  • Flexaret Vintage Camera 6 of 8
    Flexaret Vintage Camera
    Now this is a real vintage TLR camera — we're talking a metal, mechanical, pre-35mm camera from back in the 1940s.
    Buy from Society 6, $35
  • Vintage Coronet Twelve-20 Twin Lens Box Camera 7 of 8
    Vintage Coronet Twelve-20 Twin Lens Box Camera
    Another oldie from way back in the 1950s.
    Buy from Society 6, $35
  • Zorki Vintage Camera 8 of 8
    Zorki Vintage Camera
    Originally a 35mm camera made between 1948 and 1978.
    Buy from Society 6, $35

Shop all vintage camera iPhone cases from Society6.


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