Moment Launches Tele 58mm Lens for the Latest Smartphones


Moment, a smartphone lens accessory producer has launched its new 58mm Tele Lens. The new lens promises up to 4x optical zoom and optimizes the camera capabilities of the new smartphones such as Pixel, Galaxy, and iPhones.

The company claims that the new lens is the “sharpest telephoto lens on the market,” offering a higher capability for photography such as higher optical zoom.  “Our new Tele 58mm lens is the sharpest telephoto lens on the market. Redesigned from the ground up, our new Tele 58mm uses a six element glass design to deliver edge to edge clarity on the latest iPhone, Pixel, and Galaxy camera. Optimized for single and dual lens phones you can now get 2x or 4x closer to the subject…creating a true 100mm+ optical telephoto solution for dual lens camera phones.”, Moment says.

The Tele 58mm Lens also has a six-element and four-group glass design offering a low distortion of less than 0.75 percent, a 1-percent optical TV distortion, and a lateral chromatic aberration of less than a pixel at the edges of the shot.

This design also provides increased bokeh compared to a normal smartphone lens. It only means that you can get more natural effect without using the usual portrait mode on your device. Moment claims that the Tele 58mm Lens is optimized for all Pixel, Galaxy, and iPhone devices and is designed for f/1.8 lenses.

For those having the new Wide Lens, don’t worry as the 58mm Tele lens is the same size so you can use the same adapter ring. The Tele 58mm Lens is now available at the price of, but you can get a 20% discount ($79 total) until the end of the week. Stay tuned with TechnoCodex to be always updated.

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