The first problem in photography comes to mind; how come lenses can be so expensive? Why can't cameras be less bulky and easy to carry around?Fortunately, Kikkerland has come up with a solution in making these unique miniature lenses for on-the-go professional photography on smartphones. The kit includes a Macro, Fish-Eye, and Wide-Angle lens for a variety of the best-looking content. Let's dive right into the specs of this affordable lens kit. Note; this review is not sponsored by Kikkerland Design Inc., Samsung or Feiyu TechDETAILS:For a price range of $11.00 to $14.00, this set comes with an attachable clip, Fish Eye lens for 180-degree shots with strong visual distortion, a Macro lens for extreme close up photography, and a Wide angle (0.67X) lens for architectural, interior and landscape photography. Customers claim that this is one of the best products made by Kikkerland Design Inc., a company from the Netherlands known for their creative and most utilitarian gadgets since 1992.PROS:For starters, I enjoyed using these lenses for photography sake. In the day in age where millions of users use Instagram and Snapchat, this lens kit benefits users with creativity and detailed-oriented content. At first, I was debating on rather or not the content would look just as good as a DSLR photo, or just another cheap gimmick. But I still purchased them just for the sake of exploring this technique, and as it turns out my photos on my photo look more characteristic than any other photographs I captured. For some of you who saw my photos on Instagram, you would know that those photos were captured using Kikkerland lenses with my Samsung Galaxy S6:NOTE: These photos consist of slight editing in colour grading, framing, and blur. With the additional distortion and extreme close-up capabilities, I give Kikkerland two thumbs up for their genius innovation for affordable smartphone photography. CONS:Unless for stylistic purposes, the fisheye vignette in both the Fish-Eye and Wide lens can be irritating to avoid on most occasions. I'm always having to zoom in the frame, which ends up making the images lose the high-resolution and optical distortion. I've discovered this in a previous shot using my Feiyu G4 Pro 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer and Samsung Galaxy S6, and it resulted in a slightly blurry and unsharpened image. Be very careful if your shooting video on a phone, because the video quality compared to a photo will be off by certain pixels and megabytes. CONCLUSION:If your a beginning photographer or artist looking into creating subjective images for social media, this may be just for you! I recommend the Fish-Eye lens for selfies, food, landscapes, and architecture and any subject that needs an Ariel 180-degree. The macro lens is good for food, nature, and close-ups because of it's awesome optical. The Macro lens comes handy for food, nature, and extreme close-ups because of it's awesome and crisp resolutions in 4K or Ultra HD.The Wide lens, however, has most of the flaws stated earlier. It's the only purpose is to be used for selfies, which you can still get the same, if not better, results without the lens, and would not use for video. In terms of video, the Fish-Eye lens can be handy for action and sports, and Macro lens for Depth-of-Field shots, or close-ups of ants marching into their holes (watch out for red ants).That's all I have to say for the KIKKERLAND Lens Kit, it's an overall good product, and fun to use on a daily basis. If you have any questions, please message me at any time.