We’ve introduced you to a number of different lens accessories in the past for our spotlight series. There are plenty out there to cover your iPhone photography needs, from dedicated cases specific to the iPhone 6s to clip on lenses that can be used with any device.
Some of our readers have asked about the Moment Lens. While this particular product hasn’t been around long enough to generate a solid consumer review base, we checked out the Moment Lens line and think it looks amazing. We haven’t had a chance to test these products in the wild. So, if you own the Moment Lens kit, tell us what you think of it in the comments section.
The Moment Lens kit takes iPhone photography a step further with high-quality ED glass with multi-layer anti-reflection coating that is specially designed to provide a sharp picture across the screen.
Each lens has a specially designed housing and a micro bayonet interface made from high-quality stainless steel. They come with a fitted hood that protects the lens and reduces glare.
Lenses can be attached directly to your iPhone 6s with the included 0.3mm mounting plate that sticks to the backside of your device.
However, if you don’t like the idea of adhering the mounting plate directly to your iPhone 6s, you can always add the Moment Case. It was made specifically for the lens kit, but also has a few features that really turn your smartphone into a camera.
It has a raised button that triggers the shutter on your device. The button has half and full press features so you can focus and expose the shot before you take it. Holding down the button enables Burst mode. The case has a bump at the bottom that enhances your camera holding experience. The companion app recognizes when a Moment Lens is attached for faster connection to the software features you need.
The company sells three lenses. The Moment Wide Lens provides two times wider landscape shots without creating an unnatural bend. The Moment Tele Lens zooms in to get you twice as close without degradation to the original image. The Moment Macro Lens gets you ultra close to your subject. It has a custom diffuser hood to reduce shadows and maximize ambient light. Each lens costs $99.99.
If you want to go the distance and really turn your iPhone 6s into a camera, you can add the Moment Case, which comes in black with black, black with white, and black with wood grain, for between $69.99 and $99.99, depending on your color preference.
There are versions of the lens kits and cases available for the iPhone 6s Plus, as well. You can order the Moment Lens and Moment Case from the company’s website.
Do you own a Moment Lens? Let us know what you think of it in the comments below.