Our Tele 58mm lens is ideal for portraiture or up-close compoisitons. Creators have fallen in love with its focal length and bokeh background using real glass instead of fake generated A.I. from a smartphone’s software.
Disclaimer: iPhone 13 / 14 Models are NOT Compatible with the use of Apple’s Standard Wide lens, as the photo quality is NOT sharp when used in tandem with our mobile M-Series Tele 58mm lens. However, you still want this lens to get double the optical zoom when bundling it with the moment pro camera app for tele-on-tele action.
Using the Moment Pro Cam App for 58mm on Native Tele
To get even more out of your Tele 58mm lens. Our team has created a way to bypass Apple’s auto lens selection so you can fully control where the image output comes from.
Using our Moment Pro Camera App, you can hard select which lens you want to use, which offers the capability of utilizing our Tele 58mm over the native telephoto lens on your device and offering 4x optical zoom. Optical zoom produces a higher-quality image but can only be used from a limited distance. Digital zoom can be used from any distance, but the image quality tends to look grainier. You can still digitally zoom in once you have mounted the Tele 58mm on the native telephoto, which will give you a better result than zooming in digitally natively.
Using Manual Focus for Cleaner Details
We encourage manual focus with the Tele lens to clarify particular subjects, like the eyes in a portrait. In the Moment Pro Camera App, you'll find manual focus controls within the app's interface. The location may vary depending on the app version you’re using, but typically, you can find it by tapping the focus icon or accessing the settings menu.
Enable manual focus: Ensure manual focus mode is enabled once you have accessed the manual focus controls. This mode lets you control your camera’s focus and adjust it manually according to your preferences.
Adjust the focus: With manual focus mode enabled, you can now adjust the focus manually. In the Moment Pro Camera App, you can typically drag a slider or tap on the screen to set the focus point. Move the slider or tap on the area you want to focus on, whether it's a specific subject or a particular part of the scene.
Fine-tune the focus: You can use the app’s focus peaking feature for precise focusing. It highlights the areas that are in sharp focus, making it easier to achieve accurate focus. Look for colored edges or outlines on the screen, indicating the in-focus areas of your composition.