Second Lenses examined on the iPhone 11 Professional! (Together with the brand new Fisheye)!



Second has a produced a brand new fisheye lens! We examined it alongside facet the remainder of our Second arsenal! On this video we present you what you possibly can count on utilizing the number of second lenses along with the I telephone 11 Professional!!!

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Anamorphic Lens:
Tele 58 mm Lens:
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15 mm Fisheye Lens:
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15 comments

  1. this video was very helpful. just what i was looking for! did you shoot in 1080p or 4k resolution on the iphone? thanks a lot

  2. LOVE THIS VIDEOOOO ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜KEEP THE HARD WORK

  3. Does the Moment app have a way of reducing the fisheye distortion when shooting video? The iPhone super wide angle is rectilinear.

  4. I enjoy your enthusiastic delivery . Well shot video.

  5. Hello, is the 14mm lens the same as 170 ?

  6. Great video. I have an IPhone 11 (the one with the 2 cameras). If you would suggest only one Lens to buy (low on budget :)))) what would it beยฟ thank you ๐Ÿ˜‰

  7. Thanks for this great video. I wanted to ask you if there is a point to using the 58 instead of the native tele on the 11 pro besides a mere stop of light which IMO wonโ€™t have a significant impact on the Bokeh?

  8. Great video thanks ๐Ÿ™‚ I already have the anamorphic and im gonna buy a couple more. Im gonna get the tele. Do you think that the Wide 18mm Lens is worth it on iPhone 11 Pro?

  9. Guys, thank you so much for the video! Helped a lot!!

  10. Hey guys, great video! Question, did you ever notice any distortion later on from the Wide 18 mm, specifically around the corners? Like the vignette photo effect that you guys talked about in this video. I have an iPhone 11 Pro, just tested out the Wide 18mm, and got that vignette effect. It went away though when I zoomed in slightly, but obviously thats not ideal. Thanks!

  11. Everything in this video was shot with the same iPhone 11 pro, 1080p, 30fps.

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