Universal 3in1 Lens Kit and Shutter Remote for Smartphone

Universal 3in1 Lens Kit and Shutter Remote for Smartphone

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  • BLUETOOTH CAMERA SHUTTER REMOTE: Perfect for taking selfies or group shots (including the photographer) from a distance of up to 30 feet (10 m). You only need to pair the remote control with your smartphone once. Then choose the camera app you want to use and press the button of the remote control to capture that awesome picture!
  • THREE GREAT LENSES IN ONE KIT: Awesome mobile photography for back or front facing cameras. Includes 3 quick connect lenses: fisheye lens, macro lens and wide angle lens. Combine with your favorite apps to share photos instantly.  
  • UNIVERSAL LENS CLIP: The lenses included in this set can be used with a wide range of cell phones and mobile devices including iPhone 7, SE, 6S Plus, 6S, 6 Plus, 6, 5S, 5C, 5; Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, S7, S6 Edge plus, S6 Edge, S6, S5, S5 mini and many more (not suitable for iPhone 7 Plus).
  • WIDE ANGLE AND MACRO LENSES IN A 2 IN 1 SET These two small lenses are screwed together for easy storage. To use the wide angle, simply attach both lenses to the lens clip. To use the macro lens, simply unscrew the wide angle lens.
  • HIGH QUALITY ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION: The lenses are made from aluminum to increase the durability of the product.

    The Bluetooth Camera Shutter Remote is perfect for taking selfies or group shots (including the photographer) from a distance of up to 30 feet (10 m). You only need to pair the remote control with your smartphone once. Then choose the camera app you want to use and press the button of the remote control to capture that awesome picture!

    Awesome mobile photography for back or front facing cameras. Includes 3 quick connect lenses: fisheye lens, macro lens and wide angle lens. Combine with your favorite apps to share photos instantly.

    The lenses included in this set can be used with a wide range of cell phones and mobile devices including iPhone 7, SE, 6S Plus, 6S, 6 Plus, 6, 5S, 5C, 5; Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, S7, S6 Edge plus, S6 Edge, S6, S5, S5 mini and many more (not suitable for iPhone 7 Plus).

    The Wide Angle and Macro Lenses are screwed together for easy storage. To use the Wide Angle, simply attach both lenses to the lens clip. To use the Macro Lens, simply unscrew the Wide Angle Lens.

    High quality aluminum construction: The lenses are made from aluminum to increase the durability of the product.

    Contents:

    - 1x Bluetooth Camera Shutter Remote

    - 1x Fish Eye Lens

    - 1x 2in1 Macro Lens and Wide Angle Lens

    - 1x Universal Clip-On Lens Holder

    - 1x CamKix Cleaning Cloth

    - 1x Instruction Manual

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  • Can you use the lenses with a phone case on?

    Yes- my husband uses an Otterbox case, which is pretty bulky, and the lenses still fit. By Christine MacDonald on March 5, 2014 .

  • Does this work with the ipad air and ipad mini?

    Hi Dayne, I was finally organized enough to try it both on the iPad 2 and iPad mini. It works great on both! It really is a fun accessory. By Auntie Sandy on December 1, 2013 .

  • hi... I just received this and it seems to have potential.. I am completely unable to unscrew the wide angle lens from the macro... any advice?

    It's opposite, you have to turn it to the right to loosen and left to tighten By John P. on November 30, 2013 .

  • Would this work on a Nexus 5?

    I would think so since it just clips on. By Gabriella M. Marra on April 10, 2014 .

  • How well does the macro lens perform? I'm interested in photographing insects and I'm curious about how close the lens will focus.

    I'm trying to post a close-up taken with the macro. I was about 2 inches away, the camera focused very well, and you can see details expected of about 10x- and very clear. By R. Seward on July 12, 2013

  • I just wanted to make sure that this works well on the Samsung Galaxy s5 and if so is it worth purchasing...

    Yes By Bividh T. on December 1, 2014 .

  • are these glass or plastic lens?

    Glass, I'd say it's fair optical quality. The macro gave a perfect optical close-up (dare I say brilliant?), but the wide angle lens (check Sprint Galaxy SII) made it just a shade dark- you need to use that just in brightly lit situations. The spring is rather tight, I'm not sure I would use it on my table, I've been r… see more Glass, I'd say it's fair optical quality. The macro gave a perfect optical close-up (dare I say brilliant?), but the wide angle lens (check Sprint Galaxy SII) made it just a shade dark- you need to use that just in brightly lit situations. The spring is rather tight, I'm not sure I would use it on my table, I've been reluctant to for that reason. see less By R. Seward on September 3, 2013 .

  • does it cover the flash?

    It didn't work out for me and yes it covers the flash so ... not very well designed for this flagship design. If the formfactor had a slight different design it wouldn't cause the flash to over expose the photo. By Lady Red on December 4, 2014 .

  • Would these fit over a lifeproof iphone 5c case? It's a little bit of a clunker

    I'm simply not sure. I just measured mine and the widest the clip for the lens will open is about 3/4" So as long as the phone case is less than that, I would think it would work. I have used it for taking pictures with my phone with my protective case (incipio brand) still on the phone and it does OK, but I can't s… see more I'm simply not sure. I just measured mine and the widest the clip for the lens will open is about 3/4" So as long as the phone case is less than that, I would think it would work. I have used it for taking pictures with my phone with my protective case (incipio brand) still on the phone and it does OK, but I can't say that there wouldn't be some distortion in the images by having the lens held too far away from the actual phone lens by a thicker case. That's one that I just couldn't answer. see less By Joel W. Lohr on December 1, 2014 .

  • Will this work with the galaxy note 5?

    I have a galaxy S5 and it works great. I'm not familiar with the galaxy note 5 but if your lens is close to the edge of the camera it should work. By Robert Cantillo on November 13, 2015

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