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Photojojo’s Polarizing Clip-on Filter reduces glare for iPhoneographers

Photojojo’s Polarizing Clip-on Filter reduces glare for iPhoneographers

Photographers can get rid of their polarized sunglasses thanks to Photojojo’s Polarizing Clip-on Filter for smartphones and tablets.

An interesting way of taking photos with smartphones was discovered by some clever photographers. A lot of people started using their polarized sunglasses as filters for their cameras.

Putting such glasses in front of a lens, would create special and cool effects in the resulting image. Well, Photojojo saw this as an opportunity and developed the Polarizing Clip-on filter, an accessory which can be attached on mobile devices.

Photojojo's Polarizing Clip-on Filter officially announced and released for smartphones and tablets
Photojojo’s Polarizing Clip-on Filter can be clipped over the lens of smartphone and tablet cameras, cutting down glare and making colors more vivid.

Polarizing Clip-on Filter cuts down glare and makes colors more vivid

Polarizing filters are more than welcomed when the sun is up in the sky. Too much sunlight can lead to overexposed images or too much glare in the photos. This new filter reduces sun rays and glare in the final products, so it should lead to great photos in the brightest of days.

Professional photographers own polarizing filters, which they use for their DSLR cameras. However, more and more people are choosing to take advantage of their mobile device for taking photos on-the-go.

There are several reasons for that, including portability and the increase in quality of image sensors found in high-end smartphones, thus reducing the need for a chunky camera.

Most photographers agree that such filters will enhance the colors in your photos, so the Photojojo Polarizing Clip-on Filter should be a “must-have” for all “phoneographers”.

Price and availability

This accessory is available right now for only $20. It is supported by several Apple devices, including iPod 4th and 5th generation, iPhone 3GS / 4 / 4S / 5, and iPad 2 / 3 / 4 / Mini. It also works with Android phones and tablets, as well as Windows Phone handsets, which have their cameras located towards the top of their bodies.

Shipping begins at $2.50, depending on how fast buyers want their accessories to be delivered. Free shipping is available only for orders over $50, though they will take 10 to 15 days to reach their destination. International shipping is available too, but the rates are almost disheartening.

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