CamKix 9 Piece Camera Lens Kit for iPhone 5 including 1 White 8x Telephoto Lens / 1 Fish Eye Lens / 1 Macro Lens / 1 Wide Angle Lens / 1 Mini Tripod / 1 White Hard Case / 1 Universal Phone Holder / 1 Velvet Phone Bag / 1 Cleaning Cloth (White)
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- Compatible with iPhone SE, 5S, 5 ONLY (not suitable for 5C).
- Mini tripod features extendable/retractable legs for more precise positioning.
- Wide angle lens is paired with the macro - just screw off the top of the wide angle to unleash the macro power beneath.
- The hard case allows you to easily attach each of the lenses with no need for damaging adhesives.
- The universal phone holder allows you to mount a range of different smart phones on the tripod.
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Four Awesome Lenses – Get the Most Out of Your iPhone Photography
Four lenses to help you capture amazing images
Fisheye: This lens will give your images a round, fish bowl effect while also acting as a wide angle lens.
Wide Angle: With it, you'll now be able to conquer what was once too large a scene to capture. Pop it on and stretch the limits of your lens to get big long cityscapes, large group shots and more.
Macro: Capture minute details of objects in crisp detail, allows you to really get close to your subject.
8x Telephoto Get a clear shot of subjects usually too far away to capture.
Contents:1 x 8x Telephoto Lens
1 x Fish Eye Lens
1 x Macro Lens
1 x Wide Angle Lens
1 x Mini Tripod
1 x Universal Phone Holder
1 x Hard Case
1 x Phone Bag
1 – CamKix® Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Compatible with:Apple iPhone SE, 5S, 5 (not 5C)
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I also just want to point out that technically, there are 4 lenses. The wide angle lens, if twisted counter clockwise hard enough, unscrews to reveal a second macro lens, although with less magnification than the macro that's attached to the fisheye. It's useful when the main macro is a bit too close up.
Don't expect Zeiss levels of quality. There is plenty of distortion and vignetting visible on all the lenses, and the fisheye is incredibly prone to flaring. It's also a circular fisheye, meaning the image is a circle captured within a black border but I don't think this would bother most. Most of all, the plastic used for the case caused my phone to heat up fairly quickly. Drilling a few holes in the case allowed it to dissipate, but for those who care about this sort of thing, it doesn't look pretty.
Overall though, it's a good deal for what you pay.
The wide-angle is pretty useful too, but it has a little of chromatic aberration. It's not too much, but it's still present. Also, it has a bit of barrel distortion.
While the telephoto achieves a great close-up, it has way more chromatic aberration and I need to screw it misaligned, as the lens rests way TOO close to the iPhone lens, creating dark areas around the center of the lens.
Unscrewing it a bit to keep it a little farther away from the camera fixes this but the lens gets too loose.
Screwing it a bit misaligned keeps the distance between the lens and the camera while the case holds it tightly, but you're likely to have small triangles at the corners of the photo…*sighs*… Well, it's nothing a bit of cropping couldn't remove while maintaining a perfect image brightness and having a great close-up. Also, as it has some pincushion distortion you're more likely to use it with digital zoom (ex. 8x * 2x) anyway, so those corners would be no problem at all.
The tripod is just great, and it is extendable. I love it can even hold the phone vertically and it's so practical and easy to carry.
I attach some pictures so you could compare real-life photos using this device
The photos of the street from my car include a normal photo, a wide angle photo and a telephoto (Focusing on a car across the street with the lens "correctly" screwed. Notice the bright area in the lower-left quadrant and how everything else looks darker)
Also, a Fish-eye shot from the driver's seat (It has a great angle) and a Macro of the VW logo in the steering wheel.
There are some other pictures.
Two Macro shots of plants to show you can take great photos with it.
One Fish-eye shot of a hallway at my university.
One Telephoto shot from the opposite side of that same hallway (about 40-50 m long with a 2x digital zoom. Notice how there are no dark-bright quadrants as I screwed it "wrong" to keep the lens a bit away from the camera.
Fish-eye: Great angle. (see attached photos).
Macro: Pretty impressive (see attached photos).
Wide-angle: Just a little bit of chromatic aberration and some barrel distortion.
Telephoto: Great close-up. If you notice some brightness problems, screw it misaligned to keep the lens away from the camera. It has more chromatic aberration and pincushion distortion. You're more likely to use it with 2x digital zoom (8x*2x=16x).
Tripod: Nice and portable. It feels great and you need a bit of force to adjust it, which is great as it's not loose. You can hold the phone vertically.
It works well and the whole kit can fit into her purse - perfect for travel.
The wide angle, fish eye and fish eye are also nice -- and great for close-in indoor shots. Note that with the wide angle lenses you'll see a black circle / mask around your photos - not a big deal to me, but it requires some cropping or just living with it. I suspect all wide angle lenses attached to phones in this way will suffer from the same issue (but not 100% sure of that).