How to take better photos with your iPhoneWith technology getting better and better each year, more and more travelers are relying on just their smartphones to take photos. They no longer have to lug around large, bulky cameras that makes them stick out as tourists. Your smartphone’s camera is likely excellent—but wouldn’t it be great if it were almost as good as your DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera?

Well, if you have an iPhone and get Sandmarc’s new wide lens—which easily attaches to your phone and gives you 2x more field of view—I think you’ll be a lot happier with your photos. The wide lens edition comes with the world’s thinnest lens case mount along with a clip-on, and it’s made from premium multi-coated optics. The Sandmarc is perfect for travel, actions sports and outdoor photography. You can buy one, and start taking better photos with your iPhone, via Amazon or at for $89.


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