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Moment announces universal M-Series Lens Mount: Extend your external lens experience to more devices

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A couple of years ago I purchased my first Moment lens and have been enjoying the ability to improve my smartphone photography with its excellent quality lens options. One of the first cases I end up buying when I get a new phone is some kind of Moment photo case.

While the Moment cases are affordable, especially if you buy them when a new phone is first released, if you are like me and switch phones a lot this can be an expensive endeavor. Moment now offers the M-Series Lens Mount kit for $29.99 that lets you attach any M-Series lens to your phone or tablet. This is a great option for those of us who like to use LG, Huawei, Xiaomi, or other phones or even an Apple iPad or Samsung Galaxy Tab.

Also: Moment wide lens and photo case for Apple iPhone X: Enhance your creativity with a twist

We’ve seen universal lens mounting clips in the past, but they were made of plastic that didn’t seem to attach as securely as I would have liked. The new Moment M-Series Lens Mount is mad of an aluminum frame with a thumbscrew and soft rubber contact points. I haven’t personally tried it yet, but if it matches the quality of its cases and lenses then it should be a good quality solution.

This new universal lens mount is compatible with devices under 10.75mm thick. It works with front-facing camera phones and can even be used with a laptop or tablet camera. The lens mount is 61.75mm x 37.2mm x 29.5mm and weighs in at 28.8 grams.



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