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These iPhone 7 lens attachments will make you an Instagram pro

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Olloclip has released an interchangeable lens set that lets you capture otherwise impossible shots on the latest iPhones.

This set of three different attachable lens kits seems perfect for the fancy-pants Instagram artist, totally committed to snapping pics on their phone. All three are compatible with both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and are currently available for pre-order.

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The Macro Pro Lens Set does exactly what it says on the tin. It lets you shoot at Macro 7x, 14x and 21x for those occasions where you really want to get up close and personal with the subject. What's more, it ships with an InstaFocus hood that helps you “naturally collect and diffuse light and facilitate instant focusing".

Olloclip claim that when the 21x macro zoom is combined with the iPhone 7’s digital zoom, users can capture almost 100x zoom – which is crazy for a smartphone. The Macro lens set will cost £79.99 and will begin shipping mid-November.

Olloclip macro

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The Core Lens Set turns your iPhone’s camera into a fish-eye lens. However, it also has a Macro 15x and a super-wide mode, for both up close and wide-angle shots which aren’t quite as extreme. It’ll cost £99.99 and will also ship mid-November.

Olloclip Core

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Finally, the Active Lens Set is for those who want both better zoom features and wide-angle video – it has a 155 degree field of view. It also adds a 2x telephoto zoom, effectively turning your iPhone 7’s camera into the iPhone 7 Plus. It’s a premium bit of kit though, and it comes at a lofty price of £119.99.

Olloclip Active

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If you’ve not got the latest iPhone, don’t worry – Olloclip also make a variety of lens kits for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

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