I’ve recently bought myself a new Olloclip 3-in-1 for my iPhone 5c. You may remember back last year I wrote a review for my 4s Olloclip, I thought it was a great, simple, easy way to get really cool photos on your iphone. Fortunately, the Olloclip for the 5c is just the same. I’ve already given this new Olloclip a good test and it lives upto its predecessors. The photos are all equally awesome.
There are just a couple differences between this and my old one. Firstly, it’s available in a range of colours to suit whatever shade of 5c you have – brilliant! Secondly, there is now one less macro lens, they’ve ditched the 15x and stuck with just the 10x. This didn’t bother me in the slightest because I never used the 15x anyway. If you look back at my last review you’ll see that 10x macro is more than enough. They have also kept the wide angle and the fish eye lenses. Although the wide angle works perfectly and creates photos equal to my last Olloclip, for me it’s all about the fish eye lens (as you may have noticed by lots of my posts recently) The fish has about a 180 Degree field-of-view and can produce some awesome photos. I like lots of people take the majority of photos not on my normal camera but on my phone, so having an easy way of improving them and adding a new dynamic is brilliant.
As it was the 2014 VW Jamboree at Stithians last weekend, I thought what better place to test out the new Olloclip than at their Show and Shine, by photographing some of the best dubs around. Despite the weather being absolutely rubbish I managed to snap some great photos, check out the results: