When Mobile Photography Goes Pro
Introducing the most advanced iPhone camera lens system with DSLR-grade aspheric optical design.
ExoLens PRO with Optics by ZEISS
Serious photographers often scoff at claims that smartphone cameras have gotten as good as proper digital cameras. But, that’s only because there’s never been a professional lens system developed for mobile photography…until now.
The ExoLens PRO with Optics by ZEISS is a set of three lenses comprising Wide-angle, Telephoto and Macro designed to bring out never-before-seen image quality from your iPhone camera.
All three ExoLens PRO lenses feature proprietary ZEISS T* anti-reflective coating that minimizes reections on glass-toair surfaces. It also helps improve light transmission so you can continue shooting great images even in unfavorable light conditions.
The wide-angle and telephoto lenses are created with an advanced, modern aspheric optical design, called ZEISS Mutar, which is capable of rendering pictures that are almost distortion-free, with no chromatic aberration and exhibiting excellent contrast rendition throughout the frame. This type of aspheric lens design were traditionally only available on DSLR system cameras due to their complexity and costs.
Last but not least, the macro lens has a few tricks up its sleeve as well. Featuring ZEISS Vario-Proxar optics and a 40-80mm focal length, it is the rst, and only smartphone lens accessory with a variable focal length and continuous zoom function for unparalleled macro phtography. As with the wide-angle and telephoto lenses, the macro lens boasts edge-to-edge image quality with no discernible distortions or chromatic aberration. It even comes with an detachable semitransparent diffusor to enable better focusing on close-up objects with shallow depth of eld.
As a professional mobile lens kit, the ExoLens PRO features multiple mounting solutions you can purchase separately, from precision machined aluminum Bracket and Edge mounts, to a Case mount that also protects your iPhone.
ExoLens PRO product image by Eric Cheung Taken with ExoLens PRO Wide-angle by Eric Cheung