N/APosted on - 04/06/2015
I am a photo-enthusiast. I usually take my photos using any handheld device because I can edit it and really portable. I want to know about HookUpz Universal Smartphone Optics Adapter. How does work? How does it communicates with your handheld phones? What are the best features of this adapter? How many percent will it enhance the picture in my phone? What are the peripherals included with this adapter? How much does it cost? Does it include any special lenses?
Optical Adapter that Enhances Picture for Smart Phones
HookUpz Universal Smartphone Optics Adapter works with your smart phone devices in a way that enhances the very detailed images. Even using the “zoom” option of your camera doesn’t gives you the ability to see crystal clear part of the image. It will look “pixilated.” With this device you can redefine the part of your image a clearer pixels like you’re looking in to microscope.
This optics adapter works with your handheld phone like a “Selfie-Extender.” You can use a button inclusive with it and use it as your main button to capture camera. It is a pod with center base so tiny-movement will be eliminated that causes pixels in your captured images. Since you have a base, wild-life workers can examine bird movement and other activities in a longer time since you don’t have to use it. It enlarges and quantifies the picture taken that is important to astronomers.
Best features of Optics Adapter.
1. Great for amateur astronomers, birders, and wildlife-watchers.
2. Compatible with most smartphones.
3. Can be used with binoculars, monocular, spotting scopes, telescopes, microscopes, and night vision goggles.
4. Can be carried easily and anywhere because it is lightweight of 3 oz only, and dimension of 5.75" x 1.5" x 4".
Defining its specs this adapter will cost $50 a piece. It doesn’t include any additional lenses to capture better picture, it is enough to say that capturing picture with this will give you more 50%-75% image enhancements because this will not vibrate like any of our shaky hands and you’re only focused with one object.