• 8X Telescope lens
• Compatible with Apple iPhone 4
• Wide Angle + Micro Lens
• Fish Eye Lens
8X Telescope lens
1.Compatible with Apple iPhone 4 ONLY
2.Avoid the contortion of image
3.Detachable from the crystal case
4.Superb 8X OPTICAL ZOOMING
5.Manual Focus adjust
6.With a stand for taking pictures and movies
7.Fixed 8X optical Zoom lens (No zoom in/out).
180¡ãFish Eye Lens
1.Fish-eye lens 180 degree angle
2.Lenses range between 15.8mm-25mm diameter x 6.5mm-15mm length
3.Compatible with any phone camera with lens smaller than 9.5mm
4.Will cover the flash on an iPhone4
Wide Angle Lens (+ Macro Lens)
1.Compatible with any phone camera with lens smaller than 9.5mm.
2.You can use this conversion lens to make the wide angle shots as 0.67X.
We laughed the first time we saw it too. But then we started using it at concerts on Fridays, our Little Bro's T-Ball game on Sundays, and our office rooftop on Weekdays (brag-worthy views).
Simply put, our sheepishness turned to sheer addiction (the good kind, not the itchy-skinned paranoid kind) -- and we started taking our iPhone Telephoto Lens with us everywhere.
Why? Because this little (big) lens gives our humble cell phone shots uber-telephoto powers (8x the powers to be exact). Powers we never thought possible with our dinky built-in lens.
Here's how it works: each lens comes with a sleek, matte black iPhone case that you twist the lens onto. To compose your shot just twist the grip on the lens' manual focus ring to make it sharp. Then snap!
When you aren't using the lens you can just leave your nifty new case on and slip the lens in your pocket (try that with a 500mm Sigma). It's a lens and case in one, always at the ready.
If you're looking for a more composed shot, you can use the collapsible table tripod (included) to steady and focus your photos. It'll come super handy when you're shooting in low-light.
Each telephoto lens comes with a phone case, a mini-tripod and a cleaning cloth.
So, who's laughing now? Cause we don't see your lens getting any longer bucko! Fixed telephoto iPhone lens attachment for an 8x closer view
Like having a 500mm Sigma for your phone!
Each lens comes with a case, mini tripod and cleaning cloth
Compatible with iPhone 4/4S
Great for concerts, nature photos, travel, sports, candid street shots ...
Mini ball-socket tripod twists to shoot from any angle: horizontal or vertical.
Delivery in 10-15 Working Days
Posted by Curelea on 27th Aug 2012
Tamron AF 70-200mm f/2.8 Di LD IF Macro Lens with Built in Motor for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras (Electronics)All of you out there that are reading this reievw of the Tamron 70-200 are probably in one of two categories. 1) Looking for a fast low light zoom but don't wont to pay the price of the Nikon/Canon 2.8 tele or 2) Your looking for a backup telezoom for your Nikon/Canon. I do wedding, family, sports shoots as a side biz and I'm in category 1. You're probably worried about buying it and it not Auto Focusing fast enough or having some other issues that you've read because that was a concern of mine. Let me put you at ease ..don't worry, the Tamron 70-200 is fantastic! In fact I was so pleased that I ended up purchasing other Tamron lenses. The 28-75 f/2.8 and also the 17-35 f/2.8-4mm and all 3 have been exceptional to say the least. AF Lets get to what everyone is concerned about Auto Focus. I have two Nikons that I've use this lens on. A D5000 (cropped 1.5x sensor) that I use for quick pics of the kids and vacations (non paying gigs) and a D700 full frame for my professional paying gigs and if the kids have very special events like my daughters kindergarten graduation. I'm really not seeing what everyone is fussing about this lens AF's just as fast as my Nikon DX lens .55-200 VR for example. I use this lens for in and out doors and have never had a problem with it auto focusing. It's like any lens you use ..take a person dressed in black standing in front of a black background and any lens will have a hard time trying to find the focus. Adjust your focal point on the face where the contrast is different and boom it finds it. This is only rare occasions but it does happen sometimes and it also happens with my Nikkors. One thing I do notice is my D700 AF quicker compared to my D5000. It's not by much but it is noticeable, but not an issue. I honestly believe it's due to the difference of the AF systems in the two cameras. D700 is known for its superb AF. AF Accuracy Spot on, never a problem. I have my D700 set where it will not release the shutter unless it's in focus and I've never have had a problem with it being fooled or hunting for focus unless it's in a dark closet. AF loudness Is the Tamron louder than the Nikkor lenses when Auto focusing? Yes it is. It's not quiet but it's not loud by any means. You have to remember you're the one looking through the viewfinder and of course you're going to hear it. Others won't even notice it. The shutter closing/opening when taking a picture is twice as loud as the Tamron AF system. It's not even an issue. I don't know if I would take it out to the Amazon taking pics of dangerous and exotic animals where my life depended on it but then again you'd still probably be ok. Remember the shutter is louder than the auto focus ..again it's not even an issue I don't think. Sharpness Super sharp at all focal lengths. I've actually have been very pleased with all of my Tamrons and the sharpness it produces. When hand held at 200mm 2.8 it is a tad softer but 95% of that is due to camera shake. I've tested this and have mounted it on a tripod at that setting with sharp as a tack results. Vibration Reduction or Tamrons VC would be a huge plus but it's not totally necessary. Construction Very well made, very hefty and durable. I've used Nikons version and it's a fantastic piece of engineering that is weather sealed, built like a tank and is without a doubt more durable. I think this is where the price difference is. The Tamron is not cheap feeling by any means. When you hold it you know its made very well but the Nikon just takes that to another level which is why its $2000 plus US dollars and the fact this it has Vibration Reduction. If you're going to be going through some rugged terrain on a paid photo shoot it would only make sense to purchase the Nikon. Honestly if you took care of the Tamron and kept it clean I'm sure it could make it out fine also but I wouldn't try it. Overall Superb sharpness, old school but very effective AF system and AF accuracy, AF noise is not a problem and is really not even loud enough to even mention in this reievw but I know people have brought it up and are concerned. I'm 100% pleased. Even if I would have paid more I still would have been pleased but that's the beauty of Tamron. Giving you a great professional lens at a great price. Quick story: I was outside under the patio just a couple of days ago taking pics of the massive storm that we had here in Oklahoma using this lens. I would AF on the clouds and press the shutter and to my surprise the shutter would not release. Remember I have it set where it will not take the pic unless it's in perfect focus. After a few times of this I was getting very frustrated and thought to myself ..this is what everyone must be talking about when they mean the Tamron has trouble AFing. Few seconds later the shutter goes off taking pics of nothing