Pictures from New Orleans- The Ztylus Switch 6 for iPhone 7 Plus

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I’ll get into the details more in the head-to-head review, but unfortunately, the Ztylus Switch 6 camera lens case is a more flawed product than the Revolver case I shot with yesterday. It has more potential, as a couple of the lenses are REALLY useful. However, the Wide Angle lens, which is the one I use the most, had a lot of issues with focus, which was very disappointing.

Our time in the Big Easy is drawing to a close, as my wife and I have to head back home this afternoon. So, I’ll get straight to the pictures, and save the rest for the review in a few days.

There are a couple of pictures from the WWII Museum in today’s batch. If you ever visit NOLA, put it on your to-do list. My wife and I were there from 11:30 AM until 5 PM yesterday, and didn’t make it to everything there. If you are even the slightest bit interested in history, be sure to go.

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iPhone 7 Plus 2X
Switch 6 2X
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Wide Angle- Notice the focus problems
Fisheye- Much more dramatic than on the Revolver
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iPhone 7 Plus 2X
Switch 6 2X
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Wide Angle
Fisheye
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Wide Angle
Fisheye
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Wide Angle- Bad focus issues again
Fisheye

 

I will say that, while the ratio of ok to out of focus pictures posted here from the Wide Angle lens is small, if you saw the rest of my shots from today, it was more like 5 out of focus to one good one. That’s a big problem. So much so, that I am going to contact the manufacturer and see about getting a replacement set of lenses to find out if this one is just defective. I honestly hope it is, because the Switch 6 Wide Angle has a lot of potential. It distorts the edges far less than the Revolver’s Wide Angle does. Also, the 2X and Fisheye lenses in the package work very well, in my opinion. With a better Wide Angle, this case would get a big thumbs up from me.

I took most of my pictures yesterday inside the WWII Museum, and I don’t think it’s appropriate to post any of those here, so not much lagniappe today.

Good day from New Orleans. My wife and I are heading home this afternoon, so it’s good bye to the Big Easy and hello to home very soon.


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