Olloclip’s latest clip system brings mobile lenses to the iPhone 11

Brittany A. Roston - Nov 29, 2019, 7:00 pm CST
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Olloclip’s latest clip system brings mobile lenses to the iPhone 11

Olloclip, the company that offers high-quality lenses made specifically for smartphones, has announced a new clip system that brings some of the company’s new and existing mobile lenses to the iPhone 11 and Galaxy S10 lines of smartphones. The new system can be used with or without a smartphone case, offering mobile photographers access to wide-angle, fisheye, telephoto, and other lens types.

The iPhone and select other high-end smartphones like the Pixel 4 offer incredible image quality, but there are inherent limitations to the lenses built into the handsets. Even with the rise of multi-lens modules that pack telephoto and macro lenses alongside standard offerings, users can greatly increase the quality of their photos and the environment in which they can capture images by using a larger external lens.

Olloclip is arguably the best mobile lens provider currently on the market, presenting mobile users with high-end optics that exceed the capabilities of cheaper low-quality glass. On November 18, the company introduced a new clip system that brings its lenses to the iPhone 11 (include the Pro and Pro Max models), as well as the Galaxy S10 (including the S10e model).

The clip system affixes to the top of the smartphone regardless of whether the handset is currently fitted within a case. Compatible mobile lenses connect directly to the clip over the phone’s built-in camera module, essentially bringing an interchangeable lens system to mobile photography.

The new clip system works with the newly launched Pocket Telephoto 2X Essential lens, as well as the re-launched Macro 10X Essential lens, the Fisheye and 15X two-in-one lens, the 21X SuperFine Pro lens, Start series lenses (UltraWide, Telephoto 2X, etc.), and more. Olloclip is offering the new clip system for the iPhone 11 and Galaxy S10 models alongside select lens offering as part of the ElitePack ($130 USD), MacroProPack ($200 USD), and StartPack ($80 USD) kits.


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