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The kit

LM-30 lens

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit

Unlike the company's alternative adhesive metal mount, the new version clamps on over your phone's camera.

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You get two lenses, a mount, Kickstand and snap-on lens covers.

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A new type of lens for the company, the LM-30 has prism edges for a kaleidoscopic effect.

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Unfortunately, it's easy to lose the lens covers -- I lost one set in less than a week.

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You can tell the LM-30 from the LM-20 by sight and feel because of the incised edges on the lens barrel.

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The LM-20 is similar to the LM-10, but offers a much larger and more useful center area of sharpness.

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The metal lenses feel nicely constructed.

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To use the mount, you place it over the camera and slide the latch down; pressure keeps it on.

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Side view of the mount in place.

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The magnetic ring on the lens attaches to the mount via a large metal plate. It's a lot more secure than the metal circle used by the initial kit.

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You slide the lens up into the mount.

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When not in use by a lens, the magnetized kickstand can prop up your phone.

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You can't really leave the kickstand on the camera. It doesn't fold down and sticks out.

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The kickstand does a fine job of propping up the phone.

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