Moment Smartphone Camera Lenses

Jan 17, 2014

Category: Tech

Even if you did drop $1,500 on a nice DSLR to take those ‘artistic’ photos of your girlfriend, that doesn’t mean you’re gonna lug it around 24/7. But hey, sometimes other, more fully-clothed life moments are worth saving too, and you might wanna capture them on something better than your iPhone or Galaxy S4.

Promising the “world’s best lenses for your phone,” Kickstarter-funded Moment is introducing two new lenses that offer a next level of quality. The lens construction contains multi-element designs with high efficiency broadband coatings, and those advanced designs promise to minimize geometric distortion to fractions of a percent.  The Moment lenses are slated to work immediately with the following devices: iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5s, 5c; iPad 3rd and 4th gens and iPad 2; Samsung Galaxy S2, S3, S4. The lenses are expected to start shipping in June. [Purchase]

Moment Smartphone Camera Lenses 3

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