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Very nice! I find clip ons to be instrumental for getting great pics with my phone and iPad. I don’t see a macro lens in this particular set... do you also have macro lenses available? 

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19 hours ago, banasophia said:

Very nice! I find clip ons to be instrumental for getting great pics with my phone and iPad. I don’t see a macro lens in this particular set... do you also have macro lenses available? 

No, but that is a good idea for a V2! 

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Capture the true beauty of your aquarium with your smartphone or tablet using the IceCap Clip-on Lens Kit. It clamps directly over almost any smartphone or tablet camera to instantly filter out excess blue light from the photo. This allows you to capture and share stunning images of corals the way they appear in person. Get awesome full tank shots with the included wide-angle lens and your favorite filter!
 
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On 1/21/2020 at 1:17 PM, jservedio said:

@Jeff@CoralVue, do you have any specifications for the filters other than a generic 20,000k and 15,000k label? Like size of the filter, wavelength range, transmission %, etc.?

I don't think we have all that information available, although for the size of the filter ... do you just mean the physical size? I am sure we could measure one for you. 

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3 minutes ago, Jeff@CoralVue said:

I don't think we all that information available, although for the size of the filter ... do you just mean the physical size? I am sure we could measure one for you. 

Yeah - physical size of the filter in millimeters. Like 39mm or 52mm are common small sizes. Even the name of the filter type would be super helpful - stuff like "85 Warming Filter" or "Yellow #8".

 

My reason for asking is a lot of people here, including myself, have DSLR camera with a bunch of filters - if the filters are a common size, it'd be way more useful because I'd be able to use my camera filters on my phone. I would probably buy this right now if I knew what I was getting because I don't always want to bust out the DSLR to take a quick picture of my tank, but my phone can only do so much.

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14 hours ago, jservedio said:

Yeah - physical size of the filter in millimeters. Like 39mm or 52mm are common small sizes. Even the name of the filter type would be super helpful - stuff like "85 Warming Filter" or "Yellow #8".

 

My reason for asking is a lot of people here, including myself, have DSLR camera with a bunch of filters - if the filters are a common size, it'd be way more useful because I'd be able to use my camera filters on my phone. I would probably buy this right now if I knew what I was getting because I don't always want to bust out the DSLR to take a quick picture of my tank, but my phone can only do so much.

Good questions. Let me see if I can get to the bottom of this for ya...

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On 1/22/2020 at 5:52 AM, jservedio said:

Yeah - physical size of the filter in millimeters. Like 39mm or 52mm are common small sizes. Even the name of the filter type would be super helpful - stuff like "85 Warming Filter" or "Yellow #8".

 

My reason for asking is a lot of people here, including myself, have DSLR camera with a bunch of filters - if the filters are a common size, it'd be way more useful because I'd be able to use my camera filters on my phone. I would probably buy this right now if I knew what I was getting because I don't always want to bust out the DSLR to take a quick picture of my tank, but my phone can only do so much.

Well, we don't know the exact colors, just 20K (yellow) and 15K (orange). I will get those measurements, though, just need a little longer.

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