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The Olloclip is a smart range of clip on lenses for both iPhone and android devices that will dramatically improve your standard camera capabilities.

We have chosen to focus in (no pun) on the 4-IN-1 lens, offering (you’ve guessed it) four different lens types to aide your image shooting.

It connects within seconds so you’ll be sure to capture the image you want

The 4-IN-1 is a quick-connect lens solution that includes Fisheye, Wide-Angle and 2 Macro lenses in one small, convenient package that easily fits in your pocket and the palm of your hand. It connects to the iPhone within seconds so you’ll be sure to capture the image you want. If you don’t see the picture you’re looking for, just flip it over to switch lenses.

The fisheye lens captures approx 180 degree field-of-view and produces striking images. The wide-angle is great for when you need that extra field of view, approx double that of the normal iPhone lens.

The the gadget is stacked up with two macro lenses depending on the level of detail you’re looking for. The 10x Macro Lens has an approximately 18mm focus distance, while the 15x Macro Lens has an approximate 12mm focus distance. To access either Macro lens, simply unscrew and remove the wide-angle or fisheye



  • Four versatile lens options included
  • Fisheye
  • Wide-Angle
  • 10x Macro
  • 15x Macro
  • Compatible with the iPhone 5/5s
  • Clips on and off in seconds
  • Works for photos and videos
  • Made from aircraft grade aluminum
  • Precision ground, coated glass optics

The quality of build is obvious with the Olloclip, they use precision ground, coated glass multi-element optics for the lenses. The barrels are made from aircraft grade aluminum using a CNC machine and then anodized. The iPhone attachment is made from a soft plastic material to ensure a secure fit every time. Users are able to appreciate a quality product that provides excellent results and is a joy to use.

To find out more or to order an Olloclip visit Huckberry’s site by clicking here

Images from with thanks to Matthew Cohen, Chris Burkard and Tom Merkel



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