New Lenses For The iPhone X, iPhone 7 & iPhone 8 (Plus) From Olloclip

Written by Gina Stephens


olloclip forge lenses for smartphone users and their latest premium optics are designed to be used with the iPhone X. Plus, as well as the new iPhone X lenses, olloclip has also offered a more reasonably priced line-up of lenses for the iPhone 8/7 and 8/7 Plus.

The new iPhone X smartphone lenses are constructed from multi-element glassware optics and allow iPhone users to shoot wider and closer than with the built-in camera alone.

The lenses connect to the iPhone X via shield which is screen protector compatible as it opens up and the device also aligns with both front and rear cameras on the iPhone X so you don't maintain to worry about frame edges spoiling your shots.  

In total, there are 6 olloclip lenses handy for the iPhone X:

  • Super-wide four-element lens with more than 120° visibility
  • Ultra-wide, 155° action camera field-of-view
  • Fisheye + Macro 15x with 180° wide-angle ball-shaped effect + 15x increased magnification
  • Telephoto with 2x optical zoom
  • Macro 14x + 7x magnification 
  • Macro 21x for the ultimate close-up

As doubtlessly as the new system for the iPhone X, olloclip has also introduced a single lens system for the iPhone 8/7 and 8/7 Plus at a lower price.

Six lenses are one at a time available as part of the single lens system: Super-Wide, Fisheye + Macro 15x, Telephoto 2x, Ultra-Wide, Macro 14x + 7x, and Macro 21x and users can quickly toss the lens system to take advantage of the rear and front cameras on their iPhone. 

Individual lenses for iPhone X are available or you can purchase the olloclip Versatile Photography Box Set for iPhone is a line of smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc X (a special bundle featuring Super-Wide, Fisheye & Macro 15x lenses) which will be available worldwide for £99.99.

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The single lens combination for iPhone 8/7 & 8/7 Plus is available now with prices ranging from £49.99 to £79.99, making them a cheaper recourse than the ZEISS ExoLens Edge system we reviewed last year. 

You can learn more about the new iPhone X lens methodology from olloclip in the video tutorial below. 



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Gina Stephens

Gina is a photography enthusiast and drone lover who loves to fly drones, capture images and have fun cherishing them with family and friends.

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