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The instructions were rather vague, however they arent too hard to figure out how to use.
Using the macro for pens, the fisheye for goofy, and the wide for skyline pictures; all unnecessary pictures, but wouldn't be here without the lenses.
Then this ring does not hold the lenses which are supposed to magnetically attach to this metal ring.
This was supposed to be a three-in-one lens kit...my kit came with two lenses. Not sure what the third was supposed to be, but not exactly thrilled with this purchase.Published 12 months ago by Amanda
These things don't have any instructions and there's no attaching hardware, so good luck trying to figure out how to use them. Mine are still sitting in a drawer.Published 12 months ago by Keri Christmas
Only two of the three lenses arrived. Also, the attachment method (stick a metal ring to your phone to magnetize with the lens) does not work, I had to cut the ring so that it... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jackie
These little lenses take great photos (of course limited by your iPhone's camera capabilities). It's definitely a fun little accessory that is small enough to keep in your purse or... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Katherine M. Dewees
macro lens is not great but the fisheye was worth it, 9 more words required five six seven eight ninePublished 13 months ago by Steve Chavis
The lenses worked well, but the adhesive for the small ring that fits around the phone camera is weak, causing the ring to pop off with the lens when ever it is removed.Published 13 months ago by Christopher Parks Mayo
its pretty cool but and im not a huge fan of the fish eye buts fun to take pictures with<3Published 13 months ago by Diana Orellana
They are OK quality. The picture is, for the most part, clear. One the "fish-eye" lense, you get some pretty bad chromatic aberrations around the edge, but that's to be... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dobie Tanpaw