Ultra Premium Telephoto Lens Released. Tests on Smartphones Shown to Outperform DSLRs!

If you often take photos with your phone, this might be the most interesting article you will ever read.

HDZoom360 today announced they have released a super-premium smartphone telephoto lens that brings professional image quality to today’s smartphone cameras.

Images produced by HDZoom360 have been tested and found to equal or exceed the photos produced by lenses from the top makers in the world. We’re extremely proud to have manufactured such a high-quality product at such a modest price point, thanks to computer design and advanced CCD fabrication.

We’ve all experienced moments where what you see is far more epic than what you can capture with your smartphone camera. Most of the time you try and try, hoping for that lucky photo but all you get are blurry shaky images. With HDZoom360, you will be able to zoom in 18x and focus on what your smartphone can’t. With its included stabilizing tripod, you will get the perfect picture every time!

ZOOM In & Get Focused…

HDZoom360 lenses are Ultra Multi Coated to enhance contrast in all light conditions, allowing for great photos in any environment.

HDZoom360 easily mounts to all smartphones – Apple, Android and virtually any other phone made by any manufacturer. You don’t need any special knowledge or technical ability. Simply clip on the lens with the high-tensile adjustable bracket and attach to its stabilizing tripod. It only takes seconds!

Why Does It Work so Well?

HDZoom360 uses real glass to magnify the image. It’s called optical zoom.

When you zoom in using your standard phone’s camera it is called digital zoom. Digital zoom is not really zoom. It takes a central portion of the image and enlarges it, thus ‘simulating’ optical zoom. The result? Low quality images. If you’ve been regularly using digital zoom on your phone and wondered why your pictures do not look that great, now you know why.

In contrast, optical zoom is a true zoom. It uses optics (lens) to bring the subject closer. This is the only way you can get amazingly sharp pictures across the focal range.

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