Show Report: iPro Lens

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By Jesse Hollington

Social Media & Software Editor, iLounge
Published: Friday, January 10, 2014

iPro Lens was displaying its lens system for the iPhone and iPad. Available in separate versions for the iPhone 4/4S, iPhone 5/5s, iPad mini, and iPad Air, the system uses a case or clip with a barrel mount for the lens extender and a standard threaded mount that can be used for the included handle or a tripod. The Starter Kit is priced at $50 and includes the case/clip and handle, allowing users to add their own lenses as required at prices ranging from $40 to $100 per lens. A $230 Trio Kit is also available that includes the case and handle plus the 2X Tele, Super Wide, and Macro lenses. The handle also doubles as storage for the lenses.

  • iPro Lens

    Five different lenses are available: Wide Angle ($85), Super Wide ($75), Fisheye ($90), 2X Tele ($100), and Macro ($40). The 35mm equivalent focal lengths are from 12-19mm for the wide angle lenses and 60mm for the 2X Tele, while the macro provides 2.5X magnification.

  • iPro Lens

    The handle acts as storage for the individual lenses. The Starter Kit includes only a short handle stub, while each lens comes with an additional handle segment.

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I know Apple is popular and all, but if they ever csnioder hitting up the Asian Market like China and Hong Kong, if they haven’t already.  The Chinese market is so hot right now.  You should definitely take up the position of Spokesperson!  I’m sure all the gootoes would so switch from PC to Apple, and that’s a large market.  Unless China bans Apple products as well.  You’ve got me wanting to go Apple, and I’ve been a PC user all my life.

Posted by Gujjala on October 9, 2014 at 3:26 AM (CDT)


I think it’s really easy to get additced to all these cool gadgets. But something to ponder about How about all those old ones that you already own? The more you get, the more you’d need to dispose later. I think we should all give it more thoughts before getting new gadgets. If you have a real need to get it, go for it. Otherwise, just make the best use out of what you already own qrjurg [link=]ffssowst[/link]

Posted by Koushirou on October 11, 2014 at 5:35 AM (CDT)

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