With smartphone becoming more and more the device of choice for point and shoot, it’s no secret that we were bound to see adaptable lenses for our devices. I’m going to test out the MPOW 3 in 1 Lens kit over the next few days…
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Having had the pleasure of using the MPOW 3 in 1 lens kit that MPOW provided me to test, I can safely say that it does not replace my Nikon D5300. Not even close. Although, you can get some great shots with the kit. If you’ve thrown yourself into smartphone photography, then you may want to check MPOW.
I was a bit surprised about how to use the lenses, I was hoping that the MPOW 3 in 1 Lens kit would have been easier to install and use. I did make the recommendation that the company revises the way they manufacture them.
The wide angle lens added a bit more to the images, a good inch on each side of the pictures. This might be a good addition for anyone looking at getting a good group shot without having to back up enough to get everyone in the frame.
The next lens on the list was the fisheye, it almost looked like it was a photosphere of the image and definitely wasn’t a fan of how it was done. Have a look at what the fisheye gave me over the few snaps I took. You can click the images to see the differences.
If you’re interested to see what I’m talking about, you may want to head over to Android Coliseum. You’ll be able to take a closer look at the images I took and judge for yourself if the MPOW 3 in 1 is for you. If this was helpful, don’t forget to share and like.