Showing posts with label camera. Show all posts
Showing posts with label camera. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Enhance Your iPhone Camera Performance with Great Additional Lenses

iPhone Camera
If you are crazy about photography on your Smartphone then you must have found that Nokia Lumia 1020 was the best in every manner. It been years since the launch of Nokia’s ultimate Smartphone which offered exceptional camera capabilities. But the launch of Apple iPhone 7 simply turned the game on Nokia by bringing the best camera on any given device still available in the Smartphone segment across the manufacturers, make, build or model. If you wish to take Apple’s iPhone camera capability to the next level then you should certainly try out using some cool additional lens.

Telephoto Lens Adapter

Telephoto Lens Adapter comes at a sweet price of $17 which comprises of all the common kit for your photography needs. The adapter fits on the iPhone like a charm with very tight fitting which removes the chances of slipping out during shooting. There is some major issue with the adapter gripping which tens sway from the phone’s camera each time a users tried to tighten the adapter for better effect and this is basically caused by the friction grip phenomena. It offers splendid images with great clarity and depth but it fails a number of times as the aperture of the phone camera doesn’t matches with adapter.


PNY brings a set of magnetic lenses with its 4-in-1 lens kit which can be easily fitted on an iPhone. The fitting technology has been a big let down due to some issues but when it comes to performance it appears as really good optics. Using PNY lenses with Lumia 950XL was certainly a bad choice it failed to fit well enough with Microsoft device to offer an optimal usage experience. PNY suffered from similar issue when used on the Samsung premium handsets like Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. When using with iPhone 7 this additional lens still suffering from fitting issue but a little application of glue resolved it completely. The image quality rendered by the PNY was above satisfactorily level but one has to ensure that the lenses cover the phone’s camera precisely in order to get best shots.


Fitting a set of Occoclip lens right on the iPhone helps in getting a macro, ultra-wide angle and fish eye effects with ease and simplicity. It brings the wide 120 degree views to the users on their iPhone while using the fisheye brings the field of view to exceptional 180 degrees. Both of these features will help in clicking highly detailed and depth full images without much hassle.

Going for the additional lenses isn’t always pocket friendly but it is worth giving out a try if you want to take the iPhone imaging experience to a whole new level. If you are willing to spend more for enhanced camera capabilities on your Apple device then opt for any one of these lenses. In case you aren’t amused by these there are numerous photographic apps in the App Store which can fulfill your needs but not to the great level as lens.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Sony claims to provide "the best camera" to Apple

This time it directly from Sony boss Sir Howard Stringer, who supplies the list of specifications of products coming from Apple (you can call it suicide ... live). He suggested that Sony should equip Apple with their best optical sensor.

Stringer attended yesterday evening, April 1, nice irony, an appointment held by the Wall Street Journal where he was interviewed by Walt Mossberg.

The Wall Street Journal make a brief report and repeat the passage in which Stringer emphasizes the paradox of his situation as a competitor but also a supplier to Apple, "It always leaves me perplexed, why should I give to Apple best camera? "

There is no more into detail on the component in question or its exact destination. He also explained that this component was to join an Apple device was manufactured in a factory in Sendai Japan hit by the tsunami.

As recalled Mac, the rumor of a partnership between Apple and Sony has a history. Going back in April 2010, are The Street, which afiirmait that Sony would replace Omnivision in the iPhone in the following year, with an 8MP sensor. We can then engage in speculation and consider that the hypothesis of an iPhone launch 5 to fall is the result of the problem with this plant.

Jim Dalrymple of The Loop (and former Macworld Magazine U.S.), who first raised the pitch shift, reiterated last Wednesday, the blog of Fortune, which published his ticket two days earlier had been confirmed by its "excellent sources ".