HD Mobile Phone Camera Lens, Telescope Zoom Macro Lens for IPhone & Samsung Smartphone
Does phone camera lens affect picture quality?
No, if installed perfectly, the lens protectors will not affect the phone’s image quality in any way. However, you will have to ensure that not a single dust particle or lint is present when installing the lens protectors and that your own phone camera lens is perfectly clean.
A lens attachment is generally a good way to enhance your camera’s image output: It can allow for closer or wider shots and offer more variety in your smartphone photography. But if you’re in the market for a new phone—particularly because of its better camera—is it enough to stave off that purchase for another year or two? It depends on what you’re looking for.
While lens attachments expand the capabilities of your camera, allowing you to take more interesting shots, they don’t necessarily improve the overall image quality your smartphone camera is able to produce—that is, your 8-megapixel camera isn’t suddenly going to produce 12-megapixel photos. As professional photographer and videographer Tristan Pope explains, a lens is just a piece of glass over another piece of glass—it can change what your camera sees, but it’s not going to make the glass, or the mechanics inside your smartphone camera, improve. However, it can compensate for some of the features you’d get on a newer phone. On the iPhone 7 Plus and 8 Plus (as well as phones by LG, Huawei, and Samsung), you get two cameras built into the rear of the device, which offer things like improved zooming capabilities or wider-angle shots. Third-party lens attachments can accomplish this as well, but there are some things to keep in mind.
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