The latest iPhone cameras are undeniably impressive, but they’re still no match for a professional camera when it comes to taking clear, wide-angle shots. These six accessories will transform your iPhone into a pro-level camera in seconds, thanks to powerful and easy-to-attach lenses.
1. Lemuro 18MM iPhone Wide Lens
MSRP: $100 | Sale Price: $80 (20% off)
Take truly majestic photos with this pocket-sized attachment lens that boasts an 18mm focal length along with a 110-degree field of view. In layman's terms, it helps you shoot better landscapes, portraits, and more.
2. Lemuro 60MM Tele Portrait Lens for iPhone
MSRP: $104 | Sale Price: $84 (20% off)
Ideal for capturing flawless portrait shots, this lens features a 60mm focal length, 2x optical zoom, and cutting-edge optical technology that delivers unparalleled clarity, so your portraits will be worthy of posting to the 'gram.
3. Lemuro 8MM iPhone Fisheye Lens
MSRP: $99 | Sale Price: $80 (20% off)
You'll be happy to have this lens the next time you're standing before a stunning sunset or panorama. With an 8mm focal length and a 238-degree ultra-wide-angle lens, this fisheye attachment allows you to take shots that are 5x wider than what your iPhone can do on its own.
4. Lemuro 25MM iPhone Macro Lens
MSRP: $95 | Sale Price: $76 (20% off)
Transform your iPhone into a pocket-sized digital microscope with this incredibly powerful and portable lens that delivers a 22mm focal length and 10x magnification ratio in any environment.
5. Lemuro iPhone Photo Case
MSRP: $44 | Sale Price: $35 (20% off)
Designed for seamless compatibility with Lemuro lenses, this aluminum case will also protect your iPhone from drops and bumps, and it even supports wireless charging.
6. Lemuro Lens Carry Bag
MSRP: $35 | Sale Price: $28 (20% off)
This bag lets you both carry and protect your Lemuro lenses on the go, thanks to micro-suede lining and a premium canvas build that can withstand its fair share of rough handling.
Prices are subject to change.
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