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The price range, quality, and diversity of add-on lenses for iPhones is enormous. But you may have to buy into one ecosystem.
While not perfect, Hitcase balances cost and quality in its wide-angle and macro lenses.
These lenses are a good compromise of price and image quality.
A $20 lens falls below a level of quality needed even for snapshots.
A nice combination of lenses in an utterly compact space outperform expectations at this price.
The price tag might deter some, but the lens quality is worth it for those who want the best iPhone system.
The lens maker has a bewildering number of choices, all of which have some obvious aberration.
This iPhone lens system has snap, but lacks crackle or pop.