If you're someone who's an avid phoneographer (cough me cough), or maybe just someone who's spent some time scrolling through social media, then you've probably heard of olloclip, the awesome mobile photography company that makes high-quality lenses for your Android phone.
If you've never played with an olloclip lens, that's totally cool, but you are missing out big time: Which is why I'm so excited to tell you about the new Multi-Device Clip from olloclip!
What is a Multi-Device Clip, you might ask? Well, it's a tool designed to easily and quickly enhance the built-in camera on most smartphones and tablets. This super compact accessory can expand to fit a variety of case and phone sizes, meaning that you don't have to take your case off if you're trying to quickly snap that fleeting picture-perfect moment.
The Multi-Device Clip is unlike any product on the market. It remains our goal at olloclip to continually enhance consumer's mobile photography experience through the most compact, accurate and easy-to-use products. We designed the Multi-Device Clip to serve the greatest range of smartphones, including those with a screen protector or thin case, for ultimate versatility. (Todd Williams, global sales director at olloclip)
The new Multi-Device Clip will work with olloclip's Connect X interchangeable lenses effortlessly. You have options to shoot with lenses like:
- Fisheye and Macro
- Macro 7X +14X
- Macro 21X
Olloclip's new Multi-Device Clip will be available with any of the Connect X lenses mid-September starting at $60. For more information, sign up to hear once the Multi-Device Clip launches!
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