olloclip’s Mobile Videography Kit Comes A Sleek Case From Incase

If you are into videography with your smartphone, then must be a believer in add-on optics and articulated mobile grip. If so, here’s something from olloclip and Incase which you may want to ponder about. In a press release dated July 17, olloclip, maker of add-on optics for smartphone, announced a collaborative effort with Incase […]

olloclip Lenses For iPhone 7 Have Similar Perspectives As DSLR Cameras

Since the launch of the iPhone 7, there have been praises about its new camera system (well, mostly), but as always, the stock lens may not be the cuppa for really, really serious iPhonegraphers and this is where olloclip Lens Sets for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus aims to address. Altogether, the new olloclip Lens […]

olloclip Wants You to Take iPhonegraphy to the Next Level with this Mobile Photography System

If an all-out “cinematic camera” seems like an overkill for your casual and fun iPhonegraphy endeavor, the pioneer of add-on lenses for iPhone has a brilliant solution and it is called olloclip Studio Mobile Photography System. Quite a mouthful, perhaps, but it kind of says what it is and as you might have imagine, consists […]

olloclip 3-IN-1 Photo Lens for iPhone 5c

owning the ‘lesser’ iPhone 5c does not mean you will be left out in the cold when it comes to imaging, well, at least not in olloclip’s books. the same folks who bought to you the awesome add-on optical lenses for iPhone 5 and 5s, is now offering olloclip 3-IN-1 Photo Lens for iPhone 5c for those

olloclip Macro 3-IN-1 Clip-on Lens for iPhone

the quality of iPhone 5/5s camera is undisputed, but however advanced it is, macro photography is not in the order and that is a brutal fact. when we said ‘macro’ we mean really, really close up, like observing the stamps, rocks, coins and even your skins. your curiosity for incredible details of everyday objects can be fulfilled

olloclip 4-IN-1 iPhone Lens

the camera on iPhone 5 and now, the newer 5s is pretty capable. top that up with the slew of awesome third party photography apps and you have one serious iPhonegraphy device, but there are still some ‘missing links’ that the apps and the built-in camera can’t fill and that’s the real lens effect, a la DSLR lens changing capability