Versatile, Even In Low Light
Made for the everyday photographer and filmmaker and those capturing landscapes, interiors, kids, and tabletop scenes. Get a tabletop shot of your brunch table without standing on a chair. Capture the entire sunset from the top of your hike, not just part of it — or document kids and pets without backing up and missing the moment in the process.
As we’ve said for the 100th time in a row — this lens is the best go-to for first-time Moment users and we mean it. Users can confidently capture complete subjects in the frame because the wide angle is 2x as wide with zero distortion. The build makes it on par with your big camera’s 18mm lens, marking this bad boy as your next DSLR killer... as TechCrunch puts it.
Using the Moment 18mm Wide lens over a phone's standard camera is a game-changer for enhancing image quality, especially in low light conditions. In photography, aperture refers to the opening in a lens through which light passes to enter the camera body. It's often measured in "f-stops" such as f/2.8, f/4, etc. A smaller f-stop number denotes a wider aperture, which allows more light to enter the camera. Conversely, a larger f-stop number indicates a narrower aperture. When you place the Moment 18mm Wide lens over your phone's camera, it effectively increases the lens's width. A wider lens can gather more light, which inherently aids in boosting the aperture. This means that, with the Moment lens, you're working with a wider aperture than the phone's standard camera alone.