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By Artchic528
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You know what that means? Photo shoot! Here is a small sampling of it. 😁
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By Berrybob
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Artchic528 wrote: Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:45 pm
Berrybob wrote: Sat Aug 01, 2020 8:33 pm Nice, is it one of those probe lenses or a standard macro lens?
It’s actually a x15 macro lens by Xenvo that clips on to your phone!

https://www.amazon.com/Xenvo-iPhone-Cam ... nvo&sr=8-3
Oh wow, I didn't know that they were that good. The pictures look great.
By Adriana
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I have a Xenvo and can second the recommendation. It isn't the most macro (magnifying) on the market, but remember when you get more magnification you get a more narrow plane of focus. Basically more macro = your focus is very narrow. So Xenvo is a really nice compromise.

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