I don't usually post much about apps, but rules are made to be broken. Ben Syverson (a TOP regular, if you'll excuse the brag) has created the killer iPhone camera app, called Mattebox. The camera interface is based on the Konica Hexar(!) (I organized a short-lived "Konica Hexar Club" on CompuServe when that camera came out).
$3.99 at the App Store. Mine's downloading now. And congratulations and good luck to Ben.
(Thanks to Charlie Didrickson)
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Featured Comment by Frank Petronio: "This is wonderful...makes me want to suck it up and get an iPhone. But the truly great purpose for this would be if someone could hack a professional DSLR and give us the option to install something with this quality of usability instead of the crappy interfaces that Canikony impose upon us. The first manufacturer that opens up their cameras to apps will crush the market—it's staring them in the face and they still can't see it."