RhinoShield has been making great cases and accessories for the iPhone for a while now, and I have had the pleasure of using the companies products with several different models of iPhones and have always been impressed with the quality. One of my favorite items from RhinoShield was the add-on lenses that are compatible with its Mod NX and SolidSuit cases because they take the already fantastic camera the back of your iPhone and turn it into something that's so much more versatile.
RhinoShield has revamped its line-up of add-on lenses for its cases and put them on sale for Black Friday! Here's what you need to know about the new RhinoShield add-on lenses.
The new lenses
RhinoShield is now offering two different add-on lenses for its SolidSuit and Mod NX cases. The 2-in-1 Wide + Macro and the 2-in-1 4K HD Wid + Macro. Both lenses will take your iPhone's camera to new heights, and come with lens covers and a carrying bag, so it always stays protected when you haven't clipped into your camera.
Regardless of which lens you decide to get, both lenses will increase the versatility of your iPhone camera and allow you to take stunning wide-angle and macro photos.
2-in-1 Wide + Macro
This lens has a viewing angle of 110-degrees meaning you get a lot more in your photos than the standard iPhone lens, and it even gives the photo a slight fisheye effect, which allows for a vignette around the focal point on your photo. Just look at some of these side-by-side comparisons of shots I took with the 2-in-1 Wide + Macro on my iPhone XS Max.
Don't forget just how great wide angle lenses are at capturing selfies that show not only you but also, what's around you, making it awesome for when you want a photo to soak up the landscape or capture the atmosphere of where you are.
Of course, RhinoShield doesn't call this a 2-in-1 lens for no reason, if you want to capture all the tiny details you can and get as close as possible, you can twist off the wide angle lens, and you're left with a great macro lens on the back of your iPhone. Just look at the two photos below I took of this old typewriter keyboard, and you will instantly see the difference of just how close you can great to your subject. The one on the left is taken with the lens on the back of my iPhone XS Max, and the one on the right was taken with the RhinoShield macro lens.
These sample photos only show you a just a taste of what a great lens like the 2-in-1 Wide + Macro can do for your photos. Having the ability to switch back and forth between a wide angle, a macro, and your iPhone's normal lens makes your iPhone much more capable of shotting stunning photos in so many different situations.
Right now, RhinoShield has the 2-in-1 Wide Angle + Macro on sale for $23.98, but you can take an additional 10% off when you use the coupon code "iMore" at checkout!
2-in-1 4K HD Wide + Macro
The biggest difference between this 2-in-1 4K HD Wide + Macro and the normal 2-in-1 Wide + Macro lens is the viewing angle and the clarity. With an angle of 105-degrees, it does capture just a smidge less in the photo than the normal wide angle lens, but because of that decrease in angle, the edges remain crisp, straight, and clear. That means you can get all the additional scenery in your photo without any fisheye effect.
Of course, just like the other lens, you can screw off the wide angle part of the lens and left with a wonderful macro lens, that's clear and allows you to capture tiny details that your normal iPhone lens just can't get.
Anyone who wants their iPhone camera to be better than ever needs to check out the 2-in-1 4K HD Wide Angle + Macro lens from RhinoShield. The beautiful crisp and straight edges that allow you to capture even more landscape in your photos, combined with the fantastic macro lens that captures the smallest details is a boon to any iPhone photographer's kit!
The 2-in-1 4K HD Wide Angle + Macro at RhinoShield is currently down to $51.98, but with the coupon code "iMore" you can take an additional 10% off the sale price!
Don't forget the cases!
RhinoShield's add-on lenses are compatible with their SolidSuit and Mod NX cases, both of which I have had the opportunity to test out. The cases look good, feel great in your hand, and are very protective.
The SolidSuit case fit extremely snug around your phone making it feel secure in your hand at all times. The case is built with the Shockspread material that RhinoShield developed itself, which has been dropped tested to 11 feet and is military grade certified. Since the iPhone X is made of mostly glass, it's quite fragile on its own, but the SolidSuit case protects the phone quite well.
RhinoShield has discounted its SolidSuit case to $20.99 for Black Friday weekend, and with the coupon code "iMore", you'll be able to take off an additional 10% off.
The RhinoShield Mod case gets its name because it has a modular design, that lets you change the way it looks and functions by swapping in-and-out different parts. With varying designs of backplates to choose from, different colored bumpers, and even different colored button covers, you can have your iPhone looking exactly how you want. Plus, the case is made from that same great Shockspread material that is drop tested to 11 feet.
It's the perfect time to build your Mod NX case and customize it into your perfect case because RhinoShield has discounted the Mod NX case to only $28.79. Plus, you can take an additional 10% off your purchase with the discount code "iMore", meaning you save even more!
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Luke Filipowicz has been a writer at iMore, covering Apple for nearly a decade now. He writes a lot about Apple Watch and iPad but covers the iPhone and Mac as well. He often describes himself as an "Apple user on a budget" and firmly believes that great technology can be affordable if you know where to look. Luke also heads up the iMore Show — a weekly podcast focusing on Apple news, rumors, and products but likes to have some fun along the way.
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