Olloclip is known for making extra lenses that you can buy for your smartphone to take different kinds of shots with your camera. That includes things like macro and telephoto lenses, but also fish-eye and wide angle lenses. For anyone that needs their phone camera to be as versatile as possible, they’re invaluable. The only […]
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