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Sirui 60-Sa Portrait Lens 60mm with Clip, Constructed with German Schott Glass and Aluminum Housing, for Most Smartphones
- Models: 60-sa Portrait lens. Works with most phones
- Color: Black
- Material: German manufactured Schott glass; aircraft grade Aluminum; multi-layer anti-reflective coatings
- Advantage: view ANGLE: 40°diagonal; lens structure: 6 elements in 4 groups; optical distortion: <1. 2%; focal length: equal to full frame 60mm; make your subject stand out from its background; high resolution, keep clear and high quality; no distortion or Dispersion even view in 100% magnification
- : 1 year limited Manufacturers 1 year Manufacturer limited to be given only to authorized dealer and sold at $69. 99
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Style: Single | Size: Portrait
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My first use impression is that it is well worth the $69 I paid. First, the lens has no edge distortion when shooting flat subjects. Lines are straight edge to edge. Second, like all macro lenses, I can get much closer to my subjects than with the Macro mode on my Moto G5s Plus camera. This means that I capture more detail in smaller subjects. Third, I couldn't find any color fringing/chromatic aberration. Fourth, contrast was excellent. The lense designers did their job well!
Another nice feature of this lens is that it comes with a screw off light modifier which can be uesd to achieve softer or more even lighting. Speaking of lighting, as with macro photography in general, you will want to bring a small light, such as a flashlight along to side-light your subject because getting your phone within an inch of the subject will block much of the ambient light if you are in a situation where the lighting is dim to start with.
The universal clip has a longer reach than other clip-on lenses I have tried giving me enough to ensure the lense is centered on my particular phone's camere. And yes, this does work with the Moto G5s Plus dual camera phone I have because it does not use the second lense in macro mode.
The only minor thing you will need to be careful of is that it is fairly easy to rotate the lens from the clip-on adapter. I have no problem with this but I can see it coming loose if you toss the phone with the lense attached into a bag or pocket. It shouldn't come loose under normal use, though.
I highly recommend this lense if you want to capture the highest quality macro images. I have tried the less expensive ones and this one greatly surpasses them in image quality. Remember, with lenses you get what you pay for!
There's a few moments where I stored it in a pouch in my bag, I'm not sure if that changes anything.
It got broke on the last day, I was wondering why it wasn't clipping to my moment case, and figured the lock mechanism wasn't protruding enough, after a little more trial and error the lens fell off. I can still mount it but I have to push the lens itself to the case to be able to mount it properly. There were only 2 screws but three holes on the back.
A little bit disappointed with the fast pleasure it gave me with phone photography, but the durability is kind of weak. Build feels really great and solid but I just may have gotten a bad item.
P.S. if you look at the photo with the lens facing the camera, there's some paint chips at the back of screws which is... weird? Not sure if the screws will suddenly burst and break the lens but that one was disappointing.