Olloclip Debuts New 4-in-1 Photo Lens for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

ollocliplensforiphone6Popular photography accessory maker Olloclip today unveiled an all new 4-in-1 photo lens designed for the iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus. The 4-in-1 Photo Lens has been completely revamped for Apple's iPhone 6 devices and has gained several new features.

For the first time, the Olloclip lens is designed to work with both the front and rear-facing cameras, letting users take both traditional photos and selfies with the four lenses. Like previous Olloclip accessories, the newest version includes fisheye, wide-angle, 10x and 15x macro lenses.

Both the fisheye and the wide-angle lenses provide a wider field of view for iPhone photos, while the two macro lenses are designed for ultra close-up photos.

A single 4-in-1 Photo Lens is able to fit both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and its new customizable pendant design allows it to be clipped to a backpack, lanyard, key ring, and more for easy access.
For enhanced portability, this new photo lens is now wearable through an included customizable pendant (package includes three colored pendants) and can be clipped to a backpack, lanyard, key ring or just about anything. Easily accessible, your olloclip is always ready when that incredible photographic moment arises.
Olloclip's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus lens will be available beginning in late November, but it can be preordered today from the company's website for $79.99.



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62 months ago
I'm still waiting for Apple to put a bayonet mount directly on the phone...
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62 months ago

I'm still waiting for Apple to put a bayonet mount directly on the phone...


Where's my Call of Duty® Advanced Warfare™ edition iPhone 6 underslung grenade launcher attachment? I want to shorten my commute by blasting a few holes in walls on my way to work.
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62 months ago

In what way is this product more convenient and superior to a point and shoot?


Point and shoots aren't smartphones.
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62 months ago



Call of Duty® Advanced Warfare™


copy & paste much?
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62 months ago



Where's my Call of Duty® Advanced Warfare™ edition iPhone 6 underslung grenade launcher attachment? I want to shorten my commute by blasting a few holes in walls on my way to work.


So, I was referring to the bayonet style mount for camera lenses, as detailed at the link below.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bayonet_mount

But I’d be down with Apple providing a mount for a literal bayonet as well.
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62 months ago

copy & paste much?


Yeah I had to Google "reserved symbol" for that one....I wanted to make it look authentic. ;)
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62 months ago

With the lens poking out they could have done that this time, would have been really cool.


They need to do a trade in program. Having to replace these every year is a pain.
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62 months ago

I think you'll be waiting a long time.


:rolleyes:
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62 months ago

It amazes me that people pay $80 for this, when there are nearly identical, and often time better, versions available for under $20.


Link me to a few?
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62 months ago

It amazes me that people pay $80 for this, when there are nearly identical, and often time better, versions available for under $20.


Not the same... I make YouTube skateboarding videos so I need a fisheye and I've tried them all, magnet fisheye lenses, fake Chinese Olloclip, and real Olloclip. The opticals are different.

Magnet lenses pretty much suck, you have to stick a metal ring on your bare phone so the magnet can connect and you either keep that metal ring there all the time or take it off and risk it losing it's stickiness to the back of your phone.

Fake Chinese Olloclip, works ok if you don't care about the optics, I thought it made my iPhone pictures look like junk. The plastic lens literally fell apart in a couple months. (its comes in multiple pieces)

Real Olloclip, looks great, one solid piece, comes with pouch and I never worry about getting bad results with it. :cool:
Is it worth $80? No but that's what Christmas is for.

For more on the difference you can look at this:
http://www.8five2.com/blogs/0002/olloclip-vs-ollcollp/
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