Sandmarc iPhone Telephoto Lens

Aug 27, 2018

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We’ve come a long way since the days of the flip-phone camera. Now, thanks to an ever-present desire by the likes of Apple to develop professional-grade cameras as stock entities into the iPhone, amateur photography has never been more accessible. However, every photographer needs a quality lens to get the job done right. That’s where SANDMARC comes into play.

Dubbed the Telephoto Lens, this handy iPhone camera lens is built from premium multi-coated optics and allows for 2x optical magnification. At the core, it’s a 60mm lens — weighing in at a modest 61 grams — and comes complete with the world’s thinnest lens case as well as a clip-on in case you’re already all set in that department. Ideal for travel, landscape, and urban photography, the Telephoto Lens could very well be the missing piece to the mobile photography puzzle. Available now for iPhone X, 8, and 7 cameras.

Purchase: $100

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