Unlike the company's alternative adhesive metal mount, the new version clamps on over your phone's camera.
You get two lenses, a mount, Kickstand and snap-on lens covers.
A new type of lens for the company, the LM-30 has prism edges for a kaleidoscopic effect.
Unfortunately, it's easy to lose the lens covers -- I lost one set in less than a week.
You can tell the LM-30 from the LM-20 by sight and feel because of the incised edges on the lens barrel.
The LM-20 is similar to the LM-10, but offers a much larger and more useful center area of sharpness.
The metal lenses feel nicely constructed.
To use the mount, you place it over the camera and slide the latch down; pressure keeps it on.
Side view of the mount in place.
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.
You slide the lens up into the mount.
When not in use by a lens, the magnetized kickstand can prop up your phone.
You can't really leave the kickstand on the camera. It doesn't fold down and sticks out.
The kickstand does a fine job of propping up the phone.