Through the magic of in-app purchase, pick up these excellent add-ons for your Hipstamatic.
John S Lens
John Smith may have his name on every credit card, free offer and junk mail you can imagine, but the John S lens captures a one of a kind moment like no other.
James was cool, but Jimmy could walk through flames. This lens rocks the daylight, the nightlife, and everything in between.
Kaimal Mark II Lens
Take a stroll through Bollywood with the Kaimal Mark II Lens, named after a famous Indian Prince. Even Amitabh will stop and let you take his photo when you're sporting these finely crafted optics.
Buckhorst H1 Lens
Rock out in the woods of Wisconsin with the brilliant beast of a lens.
Ina’s 1969 Film
Ina has a bakery today but 40 years ago she was rocking some pretty serious instant film. Peel away the boring with this fine film.
Kodot XGrizzled Film
Being a little rough around the edges never hurt anybody. Kodot’s XGrizzled adds a vintage "just out of the dryer" look to your prints.
Pop your prints right off the page with this simple yet effective film. There's barely a border at all to distract from the subject at hand!
Nothing beats the standard flash. Light up any scene and cover it in a warm golden glow.
This is stuff that dreams are made of. This flash pops a random assortment of subconscious light for that 'just woken up' look.
Cherry Shine Flash
Add some heat to the scene with a solar flare of light with this warm flash.
Classic Black Case
Just like 1984, the classic black Hipstamatic case comes precision molded with gator-skin plastic. Just don't drop it.
Helga Viking Lens
Helga was a big woman, but the fat lady won’t sing until she gets her picture taken with this mammoth lens.
Go naked! Pistil’s HPSTM 269 gives your prints the full monty with an elegant raw black border.
Primary Gel Pack
Bathe your prints in a splash of color by using a gel covered flash to paint the town your own shade of amazing. Includes red, yellow, and blue.
Lucifer VI Lens
Burn baby burn. The Lucifer VI is smokin’ hot and creates a flamin’ look that even the prince of darkness would envy.
BlacKeys B+W Film
Straight from grandma’s attic, the BlacKeys Ultrachrome gives your prints a superior monotone look and stamps the month and year directly on the print.
Claunch 72 Monochrome Film
All the cool kids shoot in just one color, and The Claunch is no exception. This warm monochrome film is the bee's knees.
Roboto Glitter Lens
Domo arigato, this lens is better than winning the lotto. Add a burst of super happy robot love to your images. Imported from Japan.
Berry Pop Flash
A spectacular multi-colored wonder, the Berry Pop adds some serious fruity flavor to your prints. Imported from Japan.
Add a pleasant warm tone to your prints with the Float film. Imported from Japan.
Alfred Infrared Film
Popular with art school kids in the 90’s, Infrared film by Alfred picks up the light that other films can only dream about.
BlacKeys SuperGrain B+W Film
The second film in the BlacKey’s line, SuperGrain is ultra high contrast (giving you yet another reason to wear shades on a daily basis).
Bettie XL Lens
She always had a colorful vocabulary, now she’s got herself a lens that suffers from the same leaky seal. Be careful with this one, you never know when the streaks will happen.
Ina’s 1935 Film
Dressed all in white, this line of Ina’s film is clean, beautiful, and lets the photograph speak for itself.
Eggshell White Case
Perfect for bright-light shooting (or if you're lucky enough to own a white iPhone 4 - we're looking at you Steve).