If you are going to produce for only iPhone Models or any Samsung Galaxy S models, the aftermarket lens kit manufacturer companies use to get the zeal of revenue by selecting some specific users. But when it comes to the universally maintained accessories we love to take the advantage of the third party tools to fulfill our thirst. Yes, I am talking about the Olloclip (An overpriced tool) and the TECHO Universal Lens (A perfect tool for both the iPhone or any other phone in the world). The new design come with the quality aluminum materials and the diamond cut clearly finished anti-reflective lens. Well, to go into this review, I want to let you know that, this new lens kit includes a 0.45X Wide Angle Lens, plus the 12.5X macro!
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While comparing with the Olloclip 4-in-1 lens kit this $25 TECHO Universal Lenskit will give more room to reduce the black corners of each of your pictures which is pretty amazing while you will see your photos. Moreover, the sharpness of your image will not be compromised while Olloclip’s images get giggled up while you will see on the corners of the image. When it’s a larger thread of the lens, more light will enter through the lens and will not create the hazy images. Check Below:
- A 37mm large thread that will work as a perfect Wide angle viewing facility.
- 45X Wide Angle Lens though that’s a little bit less than the Olloclip’s 0.67X! But it looks better than olloclip’s .
- 5X Macro Lens.
- High-quality Rimmed glass that reduces light reflection around lens edge.
- PHD Lens Reduces the lens Flare and Ghosting (Olloclip’s one)
THE BOTTOM LINE
While comparing with the overpriced ($99.99) olloclip 4-in-1 photo lens with the TECHO Universal Lens Kit ($24.99), this lens wins the race earlier than ever. Though you don’t need the 15X Macro on your smartphone but the Fisheye lens is also missing with the kit. Still this Lens Kit Wins the Race with the price tag. But The Flash Light might be blocked when the lens is in use. And also, make sure the Macro Len and the Wide Angle Lens are attached together while you receive them in hand.