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Attaching Clips and Lenses to Your Phone


How it works.

From turning your phone into a microscope to enabling it to have a fish-eye view, our lenses enhance your mobile cameras perspective, allowing you to see beyond the capabilities of your device alone.

Have you ever wanted a picture of your family and find yourself leaning back to try to fit everyone in the frame? See how our Super-Wide Lens can solve that problem in the video below:


The lens system.

Our lenses are designed to swap in and out of a clip, which is then mounted onto your device.

We offer device-specific clips for iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS MaxiPhone 8/7iPhone 8/7 Plus and iPhone SE. For other devices, we offer the Multi-Device Clip.

 


How to use one of our clips.


Super-Wide Essential Lens.

Janice and Robert were enjoying their trip to Rome. At one point they found themselves in front of a beautiful cathedral with the sun just behind the bell tower, making the perfect photo. The entire scene did not fit in their mobile camera's view until Robert remembered what Janice had bought right before the trip. He attached the olloclip Super-Wide lens to his phone and was able to frame the entire cathedral in the picture. It was the perfect shot.


Ultra-Wide Essential Lens.

Randy, an avid skateboarder, and his friends like to record their skating tricks with their phones. However, sometimes the sessions cover and area larger than what their phones can capture. Agnes, Randy's grandmother, noticed the problem he was having and gifted him with an olloclip Ultra-Wide Angle lens system. Now he can place his phone on the mount and record the entire scene with ease. Thanks Grandma!


Fisheye + Macro Essential Lens.

While at John and Susan's  50th anniversary, the entire family, many who traveled from various parts of the world, wanted to get together for a group photo. They weren't able to get everyone in the frame easily, so one of their older sons attached an olloclip Fish-Eye lens to her phone. Not only did everyone fit in the photo, but the spherical effect of the lens captured the essence of the large family in a photo that all could cherish for years to come.  

By simply unscrewing the upper lens of the olloclip Fisheye/Macro, Susan used the Macro lens to take a microscopic shot of the diamond ring her husband John had gifted her. The close-up shot of the facets in the diamond ring sits inside of a frame on her nightstand for whenever she wants to remember that lovely day.


Telephoto 2x Essential Lens.

Karen and Mary were finally ready for the concert that they had been planning for months. Since the venue would not allow traditional cameras, Karen brought along her olloclip Telephoto 2x lens. She was able to take a video of the lead singer as he sweetly serenaded her from the stage. Now Karen and Mary can look back at the video and remember the concert like it was a private performance just for them. 


Macro Essential Lens.

Some people take photos of landscapes or buildings, but Katie likes to focus on the little things. When someone may see a cactus, she sees the needles and buds within the blooms. Ranging from 7x, 14x and 21x zoom, using the olloclip Macro lens series allows Katie to see all the aspects of the tiny and detailed world surrounding us.

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