One of the coolest news from iPhones 11 and 11 Pro (Max) The ultra angle camera, which allows you to capture a much wider space of scenery and give photographers a much wider range of possibilities. But there is one detail to consider: The ?special? lens has some disadvantages compared to the wide-angle and telephoto lens (only present on Pro models), such as lack of autofocus, optical stabilization and Night Mode.
For those who need wide-angle images using the best camera available on iPhone, the Moment has the solution: the new 14mm fisheye lens, which connects the wide-angle camera of the new iPhones (ie the best and most capable of them) and allows you to take pictures with a wide field of view. 17030% wider than the built-in ultra-wide angle lens.
Moment's new lens has a four-element biphasic design, and produces extremely wide viewing angle images, without dark corners or vignetting. Photos taken with that distinctive degree of distortion attached, but the Moment – Pro Camera app has been updated with a feature that, if desired, can compensate for this visual deformation and make the image "straighter".
The lens, strictly speaking, is compatible with any smartphone dressed in one of Moment's M series cases, not just the new iPhones. It is available on the manufacturer's website at $ 120 (or $ 90, in promotional price until tomorrow) and already comes with a carry case + a lens cap.