You probably use your iPhone's camera for hand-held photos and video, but once in a while you might want some shake-free shots. Get them with a tripod made from a clamshell case and a little ingenuity.
By combining an inexpensive case with some very basic and cheap parts off the shelf of his local hardware store, Scott Patrick made sturdy tripod mount for his iPhone. Check out the video below:
The build is rather straightforward, but there's room for a little tweaking. While the tiny screws used to mount the case to the L-bracket are cheap, if you don't want to mess around with countersinking and trying to get the screws heads deep enough into the case to avoid scratching your phone, you could always epoxy the bracket on. If you have your own handy mobile phone tricks, involving modded cases or otherwise, sound off in the comments. Found Footage: Inexpensive do-it-yourself tripod mount for iPhone [The Unofficial Apple Weblog]