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Supercharge your mobile photography with a black Zip-6L Case for iPhone 6 with Revolver 4-in-1 Lens from Ztylus. This B&H kit enables you to use the Revolver's fisheye lens, wide angle lens, macro lens, or polarizing filter to capture details near and far with your smartphone. It twists and locks into the Zip-6L case, which protects your device from damage with a combination of polycarbonate and matte aluminum.
Ztylus Zip-6L Case for iPhone 6 (Aluminum Trim)
Take your mobile photography to the next level with the Ztylus Zip-6L Case for iPhone 6. This aluminum-trimmed polycarbonate case protects your iPhone while allowing attachment of the optional Ztylus RV-2 Revolver lens attachment and Ztylus R1-L1 LED ring light attachment. For additional functionality, the Zip-6L features a metal kickstand integrated into a disc on the back. When it's time to take photos, the disc can be removed and replaced with the lens or light attachment. The case's two pieces slide over your iPhone and fasten together with an integrated thumbscrew for tool-free installation and secure protection. The Zip-6L's body has a matte surface which resists smudges and fingerprints.
Ztylus Revolver 4-in-1 Lens
The Revolver 4-in-1 Lens from ZTYLUS combines three lenses and a filter into a single, rotating attachment for the ZTYLUS smartphone case. It provides a rotatable circular polarizing filter, an ultra-wide fisheye lens, and a less distorted wide angle that splits apart to reveal a macro lens for extreme close-ups.
Much like an SLR lens, the entire Revolver assembly simply twists on and locks in place, mounting securely on a compatible ZTYLUS case
An ultra-wide lens allows you to capture skateboard video-style movies and photos, compressing a very wide field of view into the shot and creating a lot of "fisheye" distortion. This can be applied to such things as groups shots, architectural photos, or merely for the aesthetic of the fisheye look
Wide Angle and Macro Lens
When a fisheye perspective is too extreme you can simply flip the revolver over to a wide angle lens. Additionally, the outer elements of the wide angle can be unscrewed revealing a macro lens for shooting tiny objects such as flowers at extremely close distances
Rotating Circular Polarizer
Especially for outdoor shooting, the circular polarizer can help increase contrast and make images more vivid. It can also reduce glare and reflections from water, glass, and glossy surfaces. As with polarizers for cameras, the angle you shoot at makes a difference, so panning or tilting the camera may increase or reduce the apparent effects of polarization