Articles tagged with: Olloclip
Tangerine is one of the most talked about films at the Sundance Film Festival this year. In addition to its non-mainstream storyline, the film is shot almost entirely on an iPhone.
The olloclip 2X Telephoto + Circular Polarizing Lens System is now available. Back in July, I checked out a preview unit. For iPhone, it’s one of the better, more usable telephoto lenses available. Read my …
The olloclip Telephoto + Circular Polarizing Lens for iPhone has been announced and is available for pre-order. It’s the follow up to the excellent original olloclip 3-in-1 Lens attachment. For a 2X telephoto, will it be worth it? I’ve got an exclusive review.
The olloclip is one of the most popular accessories for iPhone. It’s a slick, easy-to-use, 3-in-1 lens accessory that adds wide angle, macro and fisheye capabilities to your iPhone. Life In LoFi is giving away a FREE olloclip for iPhone 5.
The original olloclip is one of the most popular accessories for iPhone 4S and 4. The olloclip for iPhone 5 is now shipping. It’s every bit as good as its predecessor. Here’s my review.
The approximate shipping date of the olloclip for iPhone 5 has been announced. Pre-orders are now being accepted for projected late-November shipping. Price of the olloclip for iPhone 5 will be $69.95.
One of the most popular accessories for the iPhone camera are the combination Wide Angle/Macro and Fisheye lens kits. With the exception of the iPro Lens System by Schneider Optics, all of the wide angle lenses create optical lens distortion. OlloCorrect is a new utility that quickly compensates for this distortion and fixes it. If you shoot with a clip-on wide angle lens, you need this utility.
While the iPhone 4S is designed to take real world bumps and scrapes, I prefer the protection that a good case offers. If you use a “naked” iPhone 4 or 4S, chances are good that your lens cover has micro-scratches. I found out myself the hard way.
Fort Worth iPhoneographer Kevin Buchanan recently reviewed two accessories for iPhoneographers — the POPA shutter release and the popular Olloclip.