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Moment Tele Lens - 58mm Attachment Lens for iPhone Pixel Galaxy OnePlus Phones
|Max Focal Length||58 Millimeters|
|Min Focal Length||58 Millimeters|
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- The Moment 58mm Tele Lens works with iPhone and Android phone cameras, as well as iPads, Tablets & Laptop Webcams. Includes a lens, lens cap and a microfiber bag.
- Take next level photos and videos. Mount your lens with a Moment Case or M-series lens mount. Works with dual lens phones, plus get advanced manual controls with the Moment Pro Camera App.
- High-quality lens glass delivers edge to edge sharpness, while bringing you 2x to 4x closer to the subject on a single or dual lens phone. 58mm equivalent on single lens phones and 116mm on dual lenses.
- Moment makes the highest quality attachment lenses on the market. Rated the #1 mobile lenses 5 years straight by The Wirecutter, Tom's Guide, The Verge, and more.
- We backup our products with a lifetime warranty, great customer service and a 100% satisfaction guarantee with free shipping and returns. Ask us how to get set up with a Moment gear guide.
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Moment Tele 58mm Lens
The Moment Tele 58mm gets you closer for tighter, crispier shots without using the digital zoom. Optimized for dual lens devices, you can achieve ~2x optical zoom when mounted over a single lens camera or wide side of a dual lens and ~4x optical zoom when mounted over the iPhone telephoto lens
The Moment 58mm Tele Lens works with iPhone and Android phone cameras, as well as iPads, Tablets & Laptop Webcams.
Equivalent Focal Length (over iPhone XS Wide) - 58mm
Minimum Focal Distance - 7.25" (184.15mm)
Lateral Chromatic Aberration - <1px at edge
Optical Design - All glass, 6 elements, 4 groups
Made with aerospace grade metal and the same hand-polished glass used for high-end 4K film lenses.
Includes a lens cap and microfiber carrying bag.
Requires a Photo Case
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For best results, you’ll want to get their camera app, so download it and pay for “pro.” For an app, the price is high at $4.99, but remember that you just shelled out upwards of $150 for the lens and case. Don’t whine about five bucks.
If you find that the quality isn’t as good as a DSLR, welcome to reality; a phone camera will never out-perform a DSLR.
And while you’re downloading, get Snapseed. It’s a remarkably powerful free photo editor that can help you turn drab snapshots into beautiful little works of art (notice I said, “…can help you…” Equipment will never make you more talented or skillful; that’s up to you).
Moment flip-flops between referring to their 58mm lens as either a "telephoto" or a "portrait" lens, depending on the context or the time of day. To set a clear expectation for you, I would recommend you focus on the "portrait" aspect of this lens and not the "telephoto". On my Pixel 3, the amount of zoom-in provided by this lens is, in my opinion, subtle. Trying to get a bit more focus and detail on something far away in a landscape is one area you might find the lens lacking. You'll get a little closer, but not a lot. So, for me personally, I don't consider this a "telephoto" lens where you're going to get a lot of optical zoom.
But in the context of a "portrait" lens, it shines. Again, the zoom being subtle, the difference here is not a big margin, but the difference will be more noticeable on more up-close subjects like people and objects when you want to focus on those. It tightens things up just enough to deepen the depth-of-field and get a little more of that blurry, buttery background behind your portrait subjects (or the foreground if you're focusing on the background and want to get a bit more artsy).
Combine this lens with the Pixel 3's already present Portrait Mode and the effects are absolutely astounding. The lens already adds more definition between your sharply focuses subject and a more blurred everything else in the depth-of-field, and it seems to make the phone's AI job of differentiating things even easier and more accurate, resulting in some incredibly dynamic portraits. Over New Year's weekend, I took a ton of photos for a wedding, and even in soft interior lighting (mostly Edison bulbs and string lights), the candid portraits I got of all the guests rival anything I've done on a DSLR in the past. When people would pose and then ask to see the photo, they were completely blown away by what I'd created just by pointing and shooting them without any editing in post at all.
I also love my Moment Wide-Angle lens, but this one has become my absolute go-to when I'm at an event and capturing what's going on.
If you're going to use this for video, be prepared to stabilize your phone somehow. The slight zoom-in definitely accentuates your natural body movements and you will notice shakier footage than normal. Not the fault of the lens, just the reality of optics.
A lot of people are familiar with Moment's former telephoto lens and ask, "Why would I get this new 58mm tele/portrait lens?" The answer: Moment's old telephoto lens was designed with smartphones of an older generation, which used different optics as well as sensors onboard. That lens was designed with the hardware of the time in mind, but when cameras in phones took a major leap over the last few years that lens didn't perform well on the latest phones. Many people were buying that old Moment tele lens for their new phones and were highly disappointed in the results they were getting, citing distortion around the edges, blurriness, etc. Moment produced this new 58mm tele/portrait lens and discontinued the old one to bring a new, updated offering for tele/portrait use with today's phone camera hardware in mind and consideration.
So if you tried the old tele lens with your newer phone and were disappointed and thinking this lens is just a cash-grab, there's your explanation, and I have to recommend you give this one a shot. But in my opinion, keep a firm expectation that this IS more of a portrait lens for subjects 6-20' away which excels at deepening your depth-of-field, than a telephoto lens to capture something way off in the distance.
These lenses are also built super solidly. I've already dropped them once (luckily with the lens cap attached) and the lens was just fine. Construction is a very sturdy (and hefty) full glass and metal body.
Quality lens!!! Fits very snug on the phone case. Lens cover is very snug on the lens. Now I need to collect all the lenses!! Real wood. In the back is carved with the saying, long live the picture taker.
I was worried because there were no reviews or photos. Very happy customer!!
Unfortunately it didn't come in time for my Barbados trip but it was in the mailbox when I got home. Took about three weeks.
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