Telescopic Lens For Camera Phones Sees Things Man Was Not Meant To See

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Itching to get in close with your cameraphone? Check out this telescopic lens attachment, which turns your Nokia or Sony Ericsson into a zooming machine.

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Slightly more conspicuous than just snapping off a shot normally, the lens pops onto the back with a mount, and gives you up to 6x optical zoom.

With something like this, you can turn plain old upskirt photos into a full blown gynecological exam.

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lordargent-old
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> Hello_Newman says: Yeah 6x isn't worth it, a real zoom of 20x optical is worth using.

No, you're missing the point. The 20x figure is useless for determining how close a lens will get you to a subject.

NOTE: the following lens specs are fictional, as it would be very hard to find a lens with that big of a zoom range. By "very hard", I mean "expensive".

A 10mm-200mm lens is 20x. But so is a 20-400mm lens. As is a 30-600mm lens. You simply take the larger number and divide it by the smaller number to get your zoom level.

The 30-600mm lens would get you a lot closer than the other two.

This thing is just a 6x magnifier. Whatever the zoom level of the camera lens is, this multiplies it by 6.