Saturday, April 6, 2013

Olloclip for iPhone 5

The Olloclip is well known to fans of photography on iPhone. This small accessory can enrich the camera of an iPhone by adding to the Apple Smartphone a wide-angle lens, or macro. Simple but effective on paper, but is it the perfect solution for enthusiasts who want iPhotography go further. The Olloclip is as compact and reversible attachment. On the one hand, it has a macro lens and wide angle, on the other hand an optical fisheye. The unit is positioned in the upper right corner of the iPhone, the lens being placed directly in front of the camera sensor of the Smartphone. Button standby iPhone is temporarily disabled. To change the lens, simply remove, replace and return the Olloclip, except for the macro lens that is used by unscrewing the Wide-Angle lens.

The Olloclip is compact, lightweight, but quality assured by the manufacture. The accessory exudes strength and quality workmanship. In use, it stays in place and during transport, provided the two covers used to protect the front lens. But there is no provision to protect their rear, including dust. To avoid unpleasant surprises, transport in a pocket is to be avoided and the use of small carrying bag is essential.
Using the Olloclip does not require any special software on the other hand and all photography applications found on the App Store can be used with this accessory.
The Olloclip is also generous in chromatic aberration. While they are virtually absent from the photo taken with the iPhone 5, they are marked on the edges of buildings in wide-angle and fish-eye, as soon as one moves away from the field covered by the native iPhone photo sensor.

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