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Olloclip 4-in-1 photo lens for Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5

The 4-in-1 lens system includes wide-angle and fish-eye lenses that can be removed to uncover 10x and 15x macro lenses for close-ups.

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Wide-angle lens

The Olloclip's wide-angle lens nearly doubles the field of view of the Galaxy S4.

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Fish-eye lens

The Olloclip's fish-eye lens gives you a 180-degree field of view.

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10x macro lens

The 10x macro lens lets you focus as close as 18mm from your subject.

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15x macro lens

The 15x macro lens lets you focus as close as 12mm from your subject.

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Macro comparison

While the Galaxy S4 can focus pretty close to your subject, there's no doubt the Olloclip's lenses let you get even closer.

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Wide-angle on the S4

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10x macro on the S4

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15x macro on the S4

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Olloclip mounted

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Weighs less than an ounce

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Unscrew to get to the macro lens

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Won't work with a case

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Buttons are covered

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Just flip it

Unlike the iPhone version, the lenses are on the same side. You just flip the bracket from one corner to the other to change lenses.

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Available worldwide

The Olloclip 4-in-1 Photo Lenses for the Samsung Galaxy S5 and S4 are available now worldwide, with prices in the US, UK and Australia for $70, £60, and AUS$90, respectively.

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