Apple Begins Selling Moment Camera Lenses for iPhone

Apple recently began selling Moment's iPhone camera lenses and cases on its website. This means that you can now buy accessories like the Moment Wide 18mm Lens ($119.95), Tele 58mm Lens ($119.95), and Anamorphic Lens ($149.95) all on Apple.com.


Moment also sells iPhone cases, and they're now available on Apple's website as well. You can purchase the Moment Photo Case in Black Canvas for the iPhone XR, XS, or XS Max, priced at $39.95.


In related news, Apple has begun selling the Eve Energy Strip for $99.95. This is Eve's HomeKit-connected power strip that lets you individually control three devices through Siri or in the Home app.

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10 weeks ago

move been using the wide angle on my Xs for a year and the shots are amazing. It beats carrying a dslr on trips.


thanks for the 240*320 px image, looks amazing !! Will soon buy a microscope to have a better view at it.
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10 weeks ago

$120 each? :eek: May as well get a dslr. o_O


move been using the wide angle on my Xs for a year and the shots are amazing. It beats carrying a dslr on trips.

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10 weeks ago
Not to mention that on certain iPhones models there appears to be some small vignetting.
Not me saying it, it's on their YouTube video.
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$120 each? :eek: May as well get a dslr. o_O

You forgot the $40 for the case :)
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10 weeks ago

Which is better for taking clearer, crispy shots with my XS Max? The Moment Wide 18mm or the Tele 58mm?


They are both capable of crisp/clear shots it really comes down to whether you want your photographs to have a wide angle perspective or a telephoto perspective. If you don't know the difference, these lenses aren't for you.
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10 weeks ago
$120 each? :eek: May as well get a dslr. o_O
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10 weeks ago

I personally use Sony RX100 instead. Yeah it’s more expensive, but the all in one package is worth it for me. Canon has something similar for half the price I believe but I prefer Sony.

I had one for 2 years and seldom used it. I loved the camera actually but the menus were too clunky I felt and the camera wasn’t sturdy enough for how used it. Lovely camera in general though and still miss it a times.
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10 weeks ago

Sorry if this is a dumb question but does it make sense to release this weeks before the new phones are released? The whole camera layout is different and it won’t fit the 11’s

The lenses aren’t just released now. They have been selling lenses for iPhones since the iPhone 5/6.
And even if they just released it now there would be plenty of people with iPhone Xs’ and downwards that would be able to use them :)
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10 weeks ago
I’ve been using ... or had been using Moment lenses since 2015, upgraded all to the v2 models along the way, own them all and they’re great but I think on this years 2019 iPhone Pro models they’re going to become quite redundant and good luck designing a case for that but I’m shure moment will make it’ll be ready in Jan 2020 and probably another ugly bulky case (I miss the days when they made a great adhesive metal mount) but since my iPhone XS Max I don’t use their lenses that much and their Anamorphic lens has nothing on the moondog.
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