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Welcome! Thanks for Zoooooming in onto my site, I have loads of cell phone lenses for you here that will suit your needs
On this website we will focus (pun intended) on these items: smartphone monocular lenses, telephoto lens for smartphone, cell phone telephoto lens, cell phone telescope, mobile phone telescope, cell phone zoom lens or even a mobile camera lens.
Let me tell you that I have been a photographer for more than 20 years and have used many brands of cameras from an old Kodak Brownie Box and an equally old Kodak Retina and a Pentax to many Nikon models and Hasselblads, but then the iPhone arrived.
At first I could not believe the quality of pictures from such a small device and such a small lens. I have seen reports that the Hasselblad lens designers were employed to create the built in lenses for many of the cell phones in use today, brilliant!
There are two drawbacks though that I have found, and there could be more, close-ups are a problem and telephoto shots.
Clip-on lenses are now available that range from a microscope and close-up lenses and fish-eye to medium telephoto and long lens telephoto as well as zoom lenses.
Here is my first kit given to me by my daughter for my birthday. This is a set of two, a Fish-eye and a macro close-up lens with a mounting clip and also comes with a handy carry pouch.
If you click on the picture you will be taken to a much improved cellphone lens kit that is in the picture or you can <CLICK HERE>
Getting close to subjects that are far away has not been possible - until now. I know that on a smartphone screen you can “blow-up” the image to get a “closer-up” shot but this is at the cost of grain and sharpness of your picture and is not that great.
With the correct “clip-on” telephoto or zoom lens you can get close-up and personal with your subject without compromising your picture or image quality.
These lenses should be standard kit with anyone with a half decent cell phone.
Please have a browse around our website and find what you want.
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