A word to summarize this batch of Snapchat lenses: complex. Lens developers like ApocTheLegend and Jinnie the Wew have been around long enough to do really cool stuff that exceeds the limit of Lens Studio's capabilities. I am really looking forward to what they will continue to pump in the future.
For these lenses, it's important to know how to use lenses created by the user by either scanning a snap-code or tapping a link. Do not forget to share these lenses with your friends, if you like what you see.
While most of these lenses run and talk like a lens, some (like the Brooklyn 99) are more like overlays. They are all lenses when they are created in Lens Studio. That being said, I will specify if they do not behave like a real lens.
Infinity War Disintegration
One of the best memes to come from Avengers: The Infinity War is the disintegration meme. Reddit user ApocTheLegend has been hard at work on this lens for a while and it makes sense why. This is a pretty complicated lens where you first take in the background and then fade it out. He even did a tutorial when you're confused.
2. The Chainsmokers
3. Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Brooklyn Nine-Nine was recently canceled, but fortunately was picked up by NBC for another season. To celebrate, ARFected creates an overlay that shows the sitcom title screen and plays the main theme to accompany it.
Here it becomes much more complicated. Jinnie the Wew has created a lens to open a portal. You do this by recording part of the screen, tapping the green button, and then tapping your screen while capturing Snap to open the portal to what you previously captured.
Another complex lens from ApocTheLegend that came out recently is this stop motion. You can create your own mini-stop motion movie that is up to 30 frames long. You can also make unoriginal loss memes. If you enable Onion Skin, all frames will merge together. Tap "Play" to start playback, where you can record your video by picking up a snap.
Become your friends with this group of lenses implore you to tell them how you made some of them. Luckily, it's easy to share during this Memorial Day weekend.