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# 247807 24-Feb-2019 10:19
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Has anyone tried either of these 2 mobile phone lenses and can comment on comparison to a point and shoot camera? Or any regrets?

 

Looking at landscape and a bit of long distance pics.

 

 

 

I think I'm more likely to carry the lens and case than the camera, cover and battery charger.


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  # 2210657 4-Apr-2019 11:49
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I ordered the Moment Anamorphic Lens and also their 62mm filter adapter which I'll be using with a variable ND filter. I plan on using this with my Galaxy S10 which I've ordered a case for but unfortunately the case isn't expected to ship until mid April so I won't be able to comment on quality until then. I have a Canon G7X II - I'm switching to smartphone videography for the 4K and slow-mo abilities.

 

I'll also be getting a Huawei P30 but unfortunately Moment & Sand Marc don't support Huawei phones :( so will have to go a different route for that phone. Have ordered some clip on lenses and filters from Aliexpress for that one.


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  # 2210699 4-Apr-2019 12:53
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I picked up the 18mm Lens for the Pixel 2, I use it every now and then, cheap* way of adding some function to the camera. I've had some good results, when I didn't have a better* camera with me than my phone and the lens. The photos can be nicer than my P&S at times, but that could be as much to do with the Pixel camera than the lens. I'm not disappointed to have purchased it. The moment system works well IMO.

 

*both are relative terms.


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