We present miniaturized, focusing fan-out elements. The new micro-optical elements were fabricated using different technologies: double-sided injection moulding in polycarbonate, double-sided photolithography with subsequent transfer in quartz and direct laser writing in photoresist. The fan-out elements were characterized by measuring their efficiency and uniformity, the surface profiles of the microlenses were measured with a Twyman-Green interferometer. The overall performance of the combined, hybrid elements is demonstrated with intensity distributions recorded in the focal planes.