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ShiftCam 2.0 12mm Ultra Wide Aspherical Smartphone Lens puts it all into perspective

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

Capture even more from your smartphone with the ShiftCam 2.0 12mm Ultra Wide Aspherical Smartphone Lens. This impressively small lens has a 12mm focal length, meaning it has a much larger field of view than your smartphone. In fact, it can capture 122° of the scene in front of you, which is two degrees more than the human eye. That’s also 300% more than the iPhone XS. Now your images can capture the world as you see it. Thanks to the aspherical design, the Ultra Wide Lens has zero distortion so you can avoid that fisheye look. Likewise, it has a nano-coating for flare reduction, resulting in crispy, never-hazy photos. It also has edge-to-edge clarity meaning there’s just as much detail on the edges of your photos as the center. The Ultra Wide Lens attaches directly to the included ShiftCam iPhone case. Or, if you don’t have an iPhone, you can use the universal mount for a secure fit.

Editor's Quote
" It captures the world exactly how you see it. "
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Genevieve Healey
Show Product Specs
Focal Length
12mm
Mount
iPhone Case, Universal Mount
Colors
Piano Black, Vintage Brass
Angle
122°
Features
Nano-coating, Zero Distortion, Edge-to-Edge Clarity
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