iPro Lenses Now for iPhone 5, 5S, 4/4S, Galaxy S4, & iPad Mini

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Schneider Optics, makers of the iPro Lenses for smartphones announces that the system now is compatible with even more devices. Now the set of 5 iPro lenses can add creative versatility for those using iPhone 5, 5S, and 4/4S, Samsung Galaxy S4, and iPad Mini. Designed by professional lens and filter maker, Schneider Optics, the iPro Lens System is purpose-built to enable professional quality photographic and video imagery with smartphones and iPads by adding the benefits of interchangeable Macro, Wide Angle, Super Wide, Fisheye, and Telephoto lenses to capture more in every shot. The iPro Lens System’s professional optics are simple to use, easy to handle, and smartly self-storing in an integral black case that doubles as a handle. Now there’s a custom designed case for the Galaxy S4 as with the iPhone 5, 5S, and 4/4S, so the lenses simply thread on and are ready to shoot. With a slide-on design, the rugged 2-piece case offers fast installation and removal and an easy-to-handle soft touch feel. A quick bayonet mount securely fastens the lenses to the custom iPro case. The new iPro Lens Mini Clip is designed to securely fit the iPad Mini and gives owners the versatility to also use the same iPro lenses on either the iSight Camera or the Facetime camera. The Clip is quick and easy to install without altering the iPad in any way, so interchanging iPro lenses from device to device is a breeze. Additional iPro Clips will be available for new iPad models as they become available. The iPro System is available in kits or by individual lenses or components, so the user can customize a system to suit their needs. To order, or for more information, visit

www.iprolens.com

. For additional information, contact Schneider Optics, Inc., 818-766-3715 extension 132; email: 

Contact@iProLens.com

, or visit 

www.iProLens.com

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