Camera Lens for iPhone from Olloclip

Remember how I keep mentioning my husband’s new blog? Well, the first item he pitched for he actually snagged… but he didn’t forget about his readers. He was also able to secure a giveaway for you guys. What is it? It is a 3-in-1 Camera Lens for the iPhone from Olloclip.

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Camera Lens for iPhone

The Olloclip combines 3 lenses in 1 for easy portability with your iPhone. It works seamlessly with your photo apps and produces great pictures. It simply clips onto the corner of your phone and you are ready to start shooting the world around you through a camera lens. Plus, it is easy to simply take off and switch around if the lens is the wrong one for the shot. Check out the 3 different types of lenses according to Olloclip:

macro lens

Macro Lens:

The Macro lens applies roughly a 10X multiplier and allows you to focus the iPhone within 12-15mm of the subject. The Macro lens is cleverly concealed within the olloclip and can be accessed by unscrewing the Wide-Angle lens that is normally attached to it.

Fisheye

Fisheye Lens:

The Fisheye lens captures approximately a 180 Degree field-of-view and produces some striking images.

Wide Angle

Wide-Angle Lens:

The Wide-Angle lens is great for when you need that extra field of view, approximately double that of the normal iPhone.

I found the Macro Lens to be my favorite for everyday pictures. I enjoy close-ups and more conceptual type photos so it was the best one for my style of pictures. The Wide-Angle lens was perhaps my second favorite since it added much more to each picture in terms of field of view. Finally, the Fisheye was  probably my husband’s most-used. It accounts for more unique shots and he enjoyed the different look it gave his finished pictures.

The Olloclip works on the iPhone and also includes an adapter for iPods.

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