Digital King Magnet Mount Conversion Fish Eye Lens for iPhone 5 and 4, 0.2x Magnification, 180 degree Angle of View

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About Digital King

The Digital King Magnet Mount Conversion Fisheye Lens for iPhone 4 is an external lens that attaches to your phone to allow you to capture fisheye images. The magnetic mount system employs a powerful yet iPhone-safe magnet for a secure attachment onto your phone and makes it easy to remove. The lens is manufactured using aluminum and highest-quality optical glass to ensure a higher refractive index, resulting in truer colors and higher resolution. A carrying pouch is included for maximum portability.

Digital King Features

  • External fisheye lens for an iPhone 4
  • Attaches to your iPhone with a powerful yet iPhone-safe magnet
  • Aluminum and highest-quality optical glass ensures true colors and high resolution
  • Carrying pouch is provided for safe transport of the lens

Digital King Specifications

Compatibility
iPhone 4 (16GB/32GB)
Construction
3 groups / 3 elements
Magnification
0.2x
Angle of View
180 degrees
Mfr #
000DK180
SKU
COCDK180

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
4.0

Good for fun, optics about as expected

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from NYC

Pros: convenient magnetic mount. Nice little carrying bag for when lens is not attached. Cons: vignetting and chromatic aberration. But really, for the price it's pretty good glass!

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Shopper  Will this fit on a iphone in a case?
ERICK C  Depends on the case. If the camera opening is big enough it will fit just right. Allow a radius of 1/4 inch from the center of the lens for a good fit. Hope this helps

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