It's hard to believe you were once inseparable from your fancy bag of camera equipment. Now you take more photos with your phone than your 5D Mark III. Sadly, its lens is far from L Series.
You're in luck. Our iPhone and Android Lens Series is like a set of pro-lenses for your phone!
Each lens is crafted out of solid aluminum and outfitted with thick, high-clarity glass. They've been factory tested by hand and inspected to ensure the utmost optical perfection. Toss them in our handy felted wool storage pouch and those lenses will be safe and sound tucked next to your bigger, intimidating dSLR lenses ... or your lip gloss.
Android phone lens, iPhone lens, iPod Touch, iPad, Blackberry, MacBook ... our lenses work with any phone or device that has a lens on it, even if you use a case.
How it works: each set comes with an adhesive removable metal ring that fits any phone and/or a metal Magplate that's specifically cut to camouflage on the back of your iPhone. The ring/plate sticks to the back of your phone, and the phone lens attaches magnetically. Snap it on and off in an instant!
You can pick up your favorite lens on its own, or start a real lens collection with one of our handy kits Check out the tabs for more on each lens!
Fisheye lenses are actually ultra-wide angle lenses. With it, your phone lens will capture rounded images instead of square ones.
The Super Fisheye Lens takes in a 235° view of the world around you. The most extreme effect in our lens collection.
Our classic Fisheye Lens takes in 180°. Your image will be less distorted, but still have that distinctly fishy look.
These lenses provide a real deal hemispherical views that make everyone look like they're living in a bubble. Like rolling a panoramic shot into a snowball!
Digital zoom is a bummer.
The Telephoto 2X Lens is here to save you from perpetual pixelation. With it, you'll be able to get 2X closer to the subject of your photo without moving or tapping.
Use it to take photos of a waving friend that's standing four stories below you. Hide in a bush and capture your co-worker falling victim to a practical joke a block away. Or take it to the Zoo and get pictures of the Gorilla without having to stick your fingers in the cage.
What a little problem solver you are, Wide Angle Lens!
With it, you're now able to conquer what was once too large a scene to capture. Pop it on and stretch the limits of your lens to get: big long cityscapes, humongous group shots, entire rooms of Facetime footage and more.
Then, simply unscrew the top of the Wide Angle Lens, and behold! You have unleashed your very own Macro Lens.
Have you ever stared at someone's eyeball so close that you could see the rise in their cornea?
You haven't -- mostly because it'd be weird and they'd probably think you were trying to fight them or something.
So take a picture (it lasts longer, heh) with the Macro Lens. The intensity of detail will have you passing your phone around to show everyone how gross eyeballs are. Or bugs, flowers, fingerprints... or maybe less gross things, like the individual ink blots that make up a pen streak.
Seriously, the world in macro is marvelous!
Our Polarizing Lens is the magical lens you never knew you so badly needed.
It's like a pair of super nice sunglasses for your phone! By blocking lightwaves at specific angles a polarizer reduces glare. Just give it a twist to adjust what light you're blocking.
Pro photogs have been using polarizers for years to make colors brighter and more saturated. They even make windows and water more see-through, by blocking reflected light.
This little guy pulls off effects that even the fanciest photo editing apps can't replicate.
Will these lenses fit on my phone?
Yesiree! Our lenses are compatible with all iPhones, iPods, iPads, Androids ... basically any device that has a lens on it. If you can stick an adhesive ring on it, you can put a Photojojo lens on it.
Buuuut how about the iPhone 5/5s/5c/6/6 Plus?
Each lens comes with a special metal plate that we designed just for the iPhone 5/5s/6/6 Plus (either a black one or white one). With a smooth matte finish & a notch cut out of them to leave your flash and mic exposed - you might forget it's on your phone! You'll also get two standard type rings for all your other devices (like iPhone 5c, iPads, or Android phones).
What about my iPhone 3G/S or iPod 5? The back is kind of curved - will the lenses still work?
The lenses will work with the iPhone 3G/S and/or your iPod 5 - but not perfectly. The curve of the iPhone will cause the edge of the fisheye and wide angle lens to be seen in your photos. You can easily crop the edge of the lens out of your photos with your favorite photo-editing program! Photoshop app, ftw. The macro and telephoto lenses won't have this issue. To fit around the iPod 5's raised lens, you'll have to use the Android ring, and your mic will be covered. It's not perfect, but we think it's better than having no lenses at all!
Can I use these lenses with a case on my phone?
You totally can! As long as the case has a big enough opening around the camera to mount an adhesive ring. If the opening is very small, it still may work, but only if your case is tight against the phone. Thicker cases may cause slight light leaks. The magnetic plates (for iPhone 5/5s) will also work if you have a case on your phone.
What if I want to take the rings or plate off my phone?
Just lift it off and wipe off your phone with a dampened soft cloth. No sticky residue will remain.
How about those rings & plates... how big are they and how many do I get?
The diameters of the ring are 13.06mm (outer) and 9.38mm (inner). If your phone's lens has a smaller diameter, it'll work great! Each lens comes with two rings that are compatible with any iPhone, Android, iPad, or other tiny-camera-device. The plates are perfectly sized to fit your iPhone 5/5s/6/6 Plus with cut-outs for the flash, mic, & camera lens. Each phone lens comes with either one white plate or one black plate.
Ok, so how big are the lenses?
The lenses range between 16mm to 25mm in diameter and are from 6.5mm to 10mm tall.
What's the magnification on these bad boys?
The wide angle lens is 0.67x, the fisheye lens is 0.28x, and the telephoto lens is 2x
What's the focusing range on the macro lens?
You'll need to get super close to get the best detail, anywhere from 10-23mm from your subject (that's less than an inch)!