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Universal 3 in 1 Camera Lens Kit for Smart phones


Three awesome lenses to help you get the most out of your mobile photography.
The wide angle lens is paired with the macro lens - gently unscrew the wide angle to reveal the macro power beneath.
Universal lens clip easily attaches to a wide range of devices.
Made of high-quality glass and top-grade Aluminium.
With Camkix retail packaging and one year guarantee.



Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens Solution for iPhone 5/5s - RED/Black
10x macro lens has an approximate focus distance of 18mm
15x macro lens has an approximate focus distance of 12mm
Fisheye lens captures approximately a 180-degree field of view
Wide angle lens approximately doubles the field of view

The Olloclip is a device that gives you three different lens options for your iPhone, wide-angle, fisheye, and macro. While there have been other accessory lenses for the iPhone, most of them have been separate pieces and attached via magnet stickers or other annoying and unreliable designs. I have owned a couple and found them to be almost unusable. The beauty of the Olloclip is that it is a single piece that slips over the corner of your phone in a second and removes just as easily. It has a lens on both sides, one side is the fisheye lens and on the other is the wide-angle lens. The Macro lens is part of the wide-angle lens and is accessed by unscrewing the front part of it off.


The Olloclip is a great product. It is easily the best photography related gadgets I have tried for my iPhone. Yes, the Glif tripod adapter is great, but I simply find more opportunities to use the Olloclip. The wide-angle lens is the one I use the most by far. It allows me to take photos in crowded or cramped locations and to have a more reasonable field of view for videos. The fisheye lens is fun, but I find that I end up using it more for goofball extreme perspective shots rather than more serious images. Despite my love of the wide-angle lens, the macro lens might be the true hidden gem of the Olloclip. Its high magnification and close focus allow you to make images of really tiny things. The spider in the image above was no wider than a pencil eraser.







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