Photojojo Introduces Iris Add-On Lenses For Smartphone Cameras

With optical glass and aluminum bodies, these look like high-end smartphone lenses

Photojojo Iris Smartphone Lenses

Clicking through the Photojojo store, it’s easy to get lost in their sea of nifty photography gadgets. Now, they’re introducing their own series of add-on smartphone camera lenses called Iris.

There are three lenses in the collection, including a macro, a wide-angle, and a fisheye in case the wide-angle isn’t wide enough for you. Rather than relying on a specific phone case or a sketchy sliding mount system, the Iris lenses actually use a simple cord that wraps around the phone and holds the lenses securely in place. That’s a big plus if you’re already using a case you like and don’t want to change it for an accessory lens. Attached to the cord is a lens carrier for transporting the lens itself.

The lenses are made with optical grade glass settled into aluminum housings, so they’re meant to be high-quality rather than just a toy to mess around with. As people take smartphone photography more seriously, accessory lenses like this have been growing in appeal.

The lenses go up for pre-sale on November 19th, but you can sign up on the Photojojo page to get first access to the orders.

Clicking through the Photojojo store, it’s easy to get lost in their sea of nifty photography gadgets. Now, they’re introducing their own series of add-on smartphone camera lenses called Iris.

There are three lenses in the collection, including a macro, a wide-angle, and a fisheye in case the wide-angle isn’t wide enough for you. Rather than relying on a specific phone case or a sketchy sliding mount system, the Iris lenses actually use a simple cord that wraps around the phone and holds the lenses securely in place. That’s a big plus if you’re already using a case you like and don’t want to change it for an accessory lens. Attached to the cord is a lens carrier for transporting the lens itself.

The lenses are made with optical grade glass settled into aluminum housings, so they’re meant to be high-quality rather than just a toy to mess around with. As people take smartphone photography more seriously, accessory lenses like this have been growing in appeal.

The lenses go up for pre-sale on November 19th, but you can sign up on the Photojojo page to get first access to the orders.

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