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Zoomable 60X Monocular with Smart Phone Attachment

I don’t think you guys realize how impressive 60X zoom is, but it’s kind of freaky. It’s massive. And you can now have that on any smartphone, thanks to the Zoomable 60X Monocular with Smart Phone Attachment.

Your smartphone’s zoom will rival DSLR cameras when you’ve attached the Zoomable 60X Monocular. Providing visibility up to 1/4 of a mile, this attachment brings landscapes, far off animals, sports fields, or anything far away into crystal clear focus for you to snap amazing pictures. Don’t let distance limit your smartphone when the solution is right here.

– Zoom from 40x to 60x for up to 1/4 mile visibility
– Attach or remove easily from any smartphone
– Use the included tripod to get a steady shot from far away
– Carry the lens on even the most rugged adventure thanks to its superior craftsmanship & sturdy carrying case

It’s a $38 purchase, so don’t go thinking we’re talking about $120,000, 1,200mm Canon lens quality images here. But if you just want to see faraway things in considerably more detail, this little lens should keep you entertained for hours.

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  • RH

    Every time I see this “make your smartphone or, your smartphone camera is just as good as
    a dslr”, I have to LAUGH. You will NEVER get a smartphone camera, to rival the depth, clarity of
    a dslr. For one thing, the image sensor on even a non professional dslr, the APS-C sensor, is
    around 7-10 TIMES the size of most smartphone sensors. Each image sensor on a dslr, is LARGER
    and able to grab more light than the best sensors on a smartphone. The other problem, is one of
    NOISE, which shows up a lot of times, in low light shots as “snow”, or “sparkles”. The reason for
    that, is that tiny sensor has so many image sensors, placed so close together, the signal to noise
    ratio (crosstalk) causes the electrical signals from one sensor, to impose themselves on another.
    Then, the camera software has to try to get rid of that, and the result is a very flat picture or a pixelated
    photo. Granted, smartphone cameras have pretty much, replaced your small point & shoot cameras,
    but, they will never replace a traditional APS-C or full frame camera. There is a reason, the camera
    lenses for these dslr’s are SO DARN EXPENSIVE. When you see the images captured by a good
    lens and dslr, THEN you understand why it won’t be replaced by a smartphone.

    “Your smartphone’s zoom will rival DSLR cameras”

  • OLdSNeaKy

    Famous last words. I used to say a cellphone camera would never be as good as a point and shoot compact but boy was I wrong. Somewhere out there is a liquid lens that works more like a real eye. Not sure who holds the rights to it now or if it will get released anytime soon but I can imagine a small lens tuned like an eagle’s eye. I’ll put up an eagle’s eye liquid lens against a nice DSLR lens for convenience and portability any day. The eagle eye is among the strongest in the animal kingdom, with an eyesight estimated at 4 to 8 times stronger than that of the average human. An eagle is said to be able to spot a rabbit with sharp and detailed clarity up to 3.2 km away. I’m sure that can be improved upon. Technology, not unlike nature, eventually always finds a way…only time will tell.