The Olloclip is a famous and much-revered mobile accessory that can be clipped onto a smartphone’s camera and offer all manner of great new lenses. From fish-eye to macro shots, the Olloclip has long broadened the horizons of point-and-shoot photographers, and while the company behind it has sought to cater to high-end Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy S5 in recent times, its core following is with those rocking the Apple iPhone. With this in mind, today’s announcement of the OlloCase – a protective cover that plays nicely with the Olloclip lens systems – is an iPhone 6 / 6 Plus exclusive, and if you are an Olloclip user, you’ll catch all the details below.
The Olloclip range is great, but it doesn’t come cheap, so if you have spent quite a bit of your hard-earned cash in picking up one of the lenses for your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you’ll be pleased to learn that the tailor-made case is decidedly cheaper. With a pre-order cost of $29.99 – £24.99 in the UK – it should be attainable for anybody running an iPhone 6 + Olloclip combo, and for variety, there are a couple of color configurations to choose from as well.
There’s a Matte Smoke-Black number for those looking for a darker shade, while the Matte Clear-Dark Gray option will allow your device’s aesthetic to shine through a little better.
The Olloclip is such a great invention, and in hardware terms, is one of the best third-party accessories for the iPhone range. Not only are the lenses great whether you’re wanting to have fun or create truly stunning results, but the quality of the build and craftsmanship is on par with that of the iPhone, and while others have sought to compete in the lens game, the Olloclip is head and shoulders above its peers for all-round performance.
The OlloCase is compatible with a multitude of different lenses, including the 3-in-1 and 4-in-1 Photo Lenses, and for the price, seems a no-brainer for any avid Olloclip user. The rubberized edging makes it easy to grip, which is, in turn, essential for photography, and if you do happen to drop it by accident, you’re less likely to incur any lasting damage.
If you want to pre-order, you can do so by heading over to this link.
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