Nov 27th, 2019

The NEW Moment Fisheye 14mm Lens is wider than an ultra wide and cheaper than a GoPro. The look of the lens is super wide, with a 170 degree field of view, producing a 30% wider image than the 120 degrees you will find on ultra wide phones lenses.

Save 25% on the purchase of this new lens before midnight (PST) on the 27th November 2019 – Click HERE to take advantage of the offer. No code necessary, includes free shipping.

This lens is what Moment call a full frame fisheye because it allows you to use the full image sensor on the latest camera phones. With no dark corners or vignetting. This means you get a crisp image edge to edge, using 15% more of the image sensor than our Fisheye 15mm. This lens is also sharper than ultra wide, especially on the edges. This is due to the additional elements of bi-aspheric glass, an all new optical design, and the fact that the lens mounts over the built-in wide lens letting in 25% more light on top of a higher resolution camera. Best of all, this lens works in Nightsight mode where most ultra wide lenses do not. If you are shooting with a Pixel with no ultrawide at all this is the perfect companion lens. All in, this is the widest and sharpest lens you can shoot on a phone.



  • M-Series lens works with the Moment M-Series Cases.
  • Includes a lens cap and microfiber carrying bag.
  • Covered by lifetime warranty
  • Hand assembled, cinema grade glass with 4 element bi-aspheric optics
  • Works with the newest iPhones, Pixel, Samsung, and One Plus Phones.
  • Equivalent to a 14mm fisheye lens with a 170 degree field of view. This is 50 degrees wider than an ultra wide lens on a phone.
  • Works in Nightsight mode on Pixel 3 and 4 variants.
  • Lens includes an all new optical design based off a 15% larger image size producing edge to edge clarity with no dark corners or vignetting
  • Lens is made with aerospace grade metal to withstand heavy use, drops, and adventure.


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