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olloclip 4-IN-1 for iPhone 6/6 Plus and 6s/6s Plus Silver Lens/Black Clip OCEU-IPH6-FW2M-SB
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- Fisheye Lens, Wide-Angle Lens
- 10x Macro Lens, 15x Macro Lens, 2 x Lens Cap
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Stun your social media followers by uploading photos taken through Olloclip's iPhone 6/6 Plus 4-in-1 Lens System. This compact device clips on and off your iPhone in seconds without any additional parts, and it gives you four different lens options for a versatile photographing experience. The fisheye lens captures a vast 180-degree field of view that's best used during action sports, while the wide-angle lens doubles the range of your iPhone's normal camera for large landscapes. There are also two macro lenses for photographing the smaller things in this world. Built with high-quality materials, these lenses are sure to provide ultra-sharp and scratch-free photos for years.
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I was lucky enough to be able to try out every lens olloclip currently makes for the iPhone 6/6+ and I feel that this 4-in-1 lens kit is the best bang for your buck. You get a wide angle lens, a fisheye lens and when you unscrew those lenses you get a 10x macro lens and a 15x macro lens respectively. The wide angle lens definitely gives you a wider field of view view than the stock iPhone camera with limited distortion at the edges. The fisheye gives you the same visual appearance of the popular action cams. You get a wider field of view but as with all fisheye lenses you get bending of the image at the edges (See pictures).
Now the macro lenses happen to be my favorite as it is nearly impossible to get a macro shot on an iPhone without the aid of an external lens or so much digital zoom that the photo is pixelated. The 10x and 15x lenses produce great macro shots. I prefer to shoot the 10x when I want to get a close shot of a flower and the 15x when I want to get a close up shot of the stamin and pistil of the same flower. When shooting macro photography it takes a steady hand so a tripod is definitely worth having when taking macro photos. You also should use an remote shutter system like a selfie stick or Apple earbuds with volume control to capture the photos without handling the camera. Macro lenses will have a narrow depth of field and the higher the magnification the less you have. If you take a macro picture of a flat object like a coin the entire coin should be in focus in the shot, however if you take a picture of a more rounded object only a small portion of the object will be in focus depending on the size of that object.
The way the olloclip is set up you get one lens on the front facing camera and one lens on the rear facing camera. After using the olloclip I felt that the fisheye lens was best suited for me on the front facing lens and the wide angle on the rear facing lens. I did this for a couple of reasons. The first reason was that selfie shots using the fisheye lens help get more people and background into the pictures. The second reason was that the 10x macro is underneath the wide angle lens and I prefer that macro magnification to the 15x as I could take clearer pictures without the use of a tripod with the 10x over the 15x. Plus I like the wide angle for landscape shots as distortion is minimal when compared to fisheye.
To conclude I would have to say I really like the olloclip 4-in-1. Like I stated earlier it gives you the most lenses for the money. If you really like macro photography, which I do, definitely look at the olloclip 3-in1 macro set where you get a 7x, 14x and 21x macro lens set. These lenses really help you achieve great photos in different scenarios where the stock iPhone camera may not be able to.
(Photo 1 is what is included with the kit; photos 2,3,4 are pictures from the same distance of the object with the stock iPhone camera, the wide angle lens and fisheye lens; photos 5,6 are the macro lenses 10x and 15x of the same petal and distance from the object; photos 7,8 are of the same flower using the 10x macro and 15x macro lens from the same distance.)
[I received a sample of this product in exchange for an honest review.]
I've shot similar videos with my iPhone 6s with and without the wide angle adapter. Those shot without are tack sharp and the ones with the olloclip are just a tad bit soft. I think many people wouldn't notice it, but I'm a detail person.
It's easy to pop on and the macro option gets you REALLY close to your subject.
One improvement is needed: the lettering on the side of the lens is white on the metal of the lens. It's hard to read. It needs to be darker so you can tell more easily which lens is wide angle and which is fish eye.