I picked up an iPro Lens kit for my iPhone at Macworld Expo this weekend. I haven’t played with all the lenses yet but, so far, the macro does not disappoint.
Yes, these were all shot with an iPhone and a macro lens attachment. No filters.
Sony QX100 and QX10 attachable Lenses
It’s not just a giant, zoomable lens attachment with far better glass for your smartphone, it’s a giant, zoomable lens detachment with far better glass for your smartphone. Smart, I hope I can get my hands on one soon.
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An award-winning Finnish photographer noticed wild animals took over an abandoned house in the woods. This gallery and a book ensued.
A quick gallery1 of shots from my new Sony NEX-5 3.5/30mm macro lens.
1 - I’m still a pretty hardcore noob and about all I can do is automatic your face off and sometimes Aperture Priority with the best of the point-n-shooters. I also do a mean direct manual focus. But there you go.
Ho ho ho now I have a macro lens (by David Chartier)
My Sony NEX-5 just got a lot cooler.