A new set of lenses has been released to replace the ones that were discontinued by the company earlier this year.
The lenses are the first to come with optical stabilization, so you don’t need to use a magnifying glass to take great photos.
You’ll also notice that they come in different shades.
If you don, you can always swap them out for something else.
The company also announced that its new lenses will be compatible with its Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, and Pixel 3 XL.
They’re available for $400 and $2,000, respectively.
The $600 lenses will come in either an aluminum or titanium body, and the $1,000 lenses will have an aluminum frame and be available in either a silver or gold finish.
The new lenses are compatible with both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 Max.
You can purchase a pair of the new lenses for $800, which is $400 more than the $700 you’ll be paying for the older lenses.
They come in the black, black and white, silver, and gold colors, as well as an aluminum version that has an extra layer of metal on the outside.
The silver and gold versions have an optical stabilization that allows you to capture more light in the background.
The larger black and silver lenses also have a “sensors” button that you can use to adjust the lens focus, and they come with a microfiber bag for carrying the lenses.
These lenses are currently only available for purchase through the Google Store, but Google says it will be rolling out them to its other stores as well.
The Pixel 2 lenses are also compatible with the Pixel 3.
You’re able to get a set of the smaller lenses for a much cheaper price than the larger lenses.
You might want to consider the $400 lenses over the $800 ones if you plan on buying a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 Pro.
If your phone doesn’t come with the new optical stabilization feature, you’ll need to buy a separate lens that comes with the stabilization.
Google says the lenses have a 90 percent optical stabilization rate.
You won’t have to buy another pair of lenses for the new Pixel 2 series if you’re using the older, less-optical-stabilized lenses.