Are you looking for affordable, high-quality iPhone lenses for macro or wide-angle photography? If so, Hitcase iPhone lenses may be exactly what you are looking for. Read on to find out more about the Hitcase macro, wide and SuperWide lenses … and how they performed when we tested them out.
Hitcase iPhone lenses
Hitcase offers three additional cameras for the iPhone:
Hitcase lenses feel solid and well made. The lens body is made of anodized aluminum. And the lens itself is glass – unlike some lower quality lenses.
The lenses are anti-reflexive and have anti-scratch coating.
With each iPhone lens, you get a cloth bag with integrated lens cloth for cleaning.  There is also the opportunity to buy a padded bag to carry all three lenses.
Each Hitcase lens cost $ 39.99. Or you can buy all three lenses with the padded case for $ 99.99.
How to attach hitcase lenses to your iPhone
So, how do you attach a Hitcase camera lens to your iPhone?
 You can just mount Hitcase lenses on a Hitcase iPhone case.
There are several case designs – from slimline leather to solid waterproof trunks.
Each Hitcase iPhone lens has both a built-in magnet as well as a screwdriver. .
Most of the Hitcase phone cases allow you to attach the lenses magnetically.
The magnetic mounting system definitely has some advantages ts. It is very easy to attach and loosen the lenses. And it's quick to switch between different lenses while shooting.
But the magnetic mount is not as secure as the screw mount. So you have to be careful not to knock the lens while shooting.
It's easy to loosen the lens if you tap it. And this can cause it to go into the wrong position or even fall off completely.
For this reason, I would recommend using the Hitcase PRO case ($ 99.99). This case has a screwdriver lens mount so you can attach the lens very securely.
The PRO case is waterproof, so you can take amazing photos underwater!
Now, let's take a look at each of the Hitcase iPhone lenses in more detail …
Macro lens for incredible close-up photography
Want to take amazing close-ups of flower macro images , insects and other small objects?
This 3x magnification macro lens lets you focus at very close distances (12-22mm). So you can capture tiny close-ups that are hard to see with the naked eye.
Some macro lenses from the iPhone suffer from sharp blur around the edges of the image. But the Hitcase macro lens for iPhone has edge-to-edge clarity. And this results in great image quality.
I found it easy to get sharp focus with the Hitcase macro iPhone lens. And it captured the tiny details and textures of my designs.