The Olloclip Mobile Photography Box set is the lens accessory your iPhone X deserves

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Olloclip was one of the first ever quick-connect lens systems for iPhone featuring fisheye, wide-angle and macro lenses. I owned the first version for the iPhone 4S. I really liked being able to attach different lenses to my iPhone. And I was able to take some really cool photos. Fast forward a few years to the all-new Mobile Photography Box Set for iPhone X. Like the iPhone’s camera, the Olloclip has changed and improved.

Using their new Connect X system (exclusive to the iPhone X) you can easily interchange lenses with just a snap. It unlocks with the push of a button and clips onto the iPhone X’s camera.

Choose from three premium multi-element coated glass lenses, Fisheye, Super-Wide, and my favorite the Macro 15x. The easy to use lens system intuitively aligns with both front and back lenses of your iPhone. This allows you to attach a lens to each simultaneously, which should definitely help up your selfie game. And the mount expands to work with nearly all screen protectors.

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Unfortunately, the system doesn’t work if you have a case on your iPhone. However, you can purchase Olloclip’s own Slim Case for $30 if you want that extra protection.

The system even includes a Pendant stand that opens to create a pocket-sized tripod.

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The Olloclip Mobile Photography Box Set for iPhone X is available on Amazon for $99.99.

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  2. >Unfortunately, the system doesn’t work if you have a case on your iPhone

    Who doesn’t have a case on their phone? This is a no starter if it requires a custom case to use (which isn’t included of course).

  3. Yeah, I had the Olloclip for my iPhone 4 and 4s and found having to pull off the case to clip it in to be the deal breaker. I’ve never seen a case that adapts to a lens that I’d want to use while it wasn’t attached. I have a great case for a telephoto lens (actually a monocular!) that is just awful, but the monocular is great without it! I’m even now trying to find a camera smaller than my Nikon D90 to carry on vacation that will give me zoom.

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