Treiss Pro Review: Add this lens to your phone and take professional photos (Anywhere?). Personally I have never seen such beautiful photos in my life, all from this little-known smartphone attachment now making big waves across America.
I’d looked forward to this trip my entire working life.
Putting down my tools for the last time and retiring meant I was finally free to splash my hard-earned dollars on a tour of Europe.
But after spending a king’s ransom on flights and hotels, I was wary of blowing another $2,000+ on a DSLR camera to record it all (and my wife would’ve killed me).Thankfully, I found the perfect solution.How is this possible?
What is Treiss Pro?
Treiss Pro is in a set of next generation lenses that you can use to transform your basic camera into one that can capture DSLR worthy images. Treiss Pro uses a lens and some image-improving innovation on your phone camera to transform it into a proper camera you can take amazing pictures with.
You get three different lenses to work with. A wide-angle lens for taking incredible selfies and wide area shots. A fisheye lens to capture more tunnelled images. And a macro lens which add magnification to your camera and photos.
- Three different lenses: The product comes with three different lenses you can choose depending on the situation you are in. You get a macro lens, a fisheye lens, and a wide-angle lens. This way you are ready to shoot whatever comes into play.
- Compact: It can be a viable option over your bulky camera set as well. If you develop a liking to its functionality, you might want to bag your DSLR for a trip where you do not want to use it. Treiss Pro lenses are compact and can easily be carried around.
- Less risk of thieves – We met a couple who’d had their camera’s strap cut by a thief with a knife while they were still wearing it! I was so glad I didn’t have to worry about this happening to me, or having to keep one eye on it all day in cafes or whenever sitting down for a breather.
- Didn’t have to worry about hotel staff stealing it – Leaving your $2,000 DSLR in a hotel room is asking for trouble, and even leaving it at reception is a big risk. The Treiss Pro was small enough to fit in my pocket, so I took it everywhere with me.