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Tac Zoom is a tool that will attach to any smartphone or tablet of any size and will turn the lens of that phone's camera into a high-definition telescopic lens. Attaching this tool to your phone will increase the phone's zoom-in abilities up to twelve times the usual zoom. Therefore, you'll be able to take high-quality photos that show a great deal of detail without getting a fancy camera. This tool also comes with three additional lenses that will enhance your photo-taking abilities.
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To start using Tac Zoom with the standard lens, clip it onto your smartphone or tablet with the lens facing away from the phone. You can attach it anywhere on your digital device, but good results often come from attaching it to the top right corner.
Once your Tac Zoom is securely attached to your digital device, take a photo or a video with the device as you normally would. When looking at the photo or video afterward, you should notice that the capture is of a higher quality than normal—for instance, it may be clearer or have better color.
This tool is much smaller than a smartphone and about the same size as a mini-flashlight. That means you'll be able to store it almost anywhere, such as your vehicle's glove compartment or a large pocket, when you're not using it. You might even want to use the attached clip to clip it to your clothing.
You'll also be able to move this tool between phones and / or tablets in seconds, so if more than one person in a group wants to take high-quality photos, you can all share if you'd like.
Each Tac Zoom comes with a standard high-definition zoom-in lens already attached, but you'll also have the option of getting three extra lenses along with it. These include a micro lens, which will zoom in on an object like an microscope; a wide-angle lens; and a fish-eye lens, which'll give you a unique spherical view of what's in front of you. All of these lenses can be quickly interchanged.
The design for this tool has been inspired by the surveillance technology used within military drones, which is an indicator that it'll likely work effectively for anyone.
If you attach the wide-angle lens to this tool, it'll take excellent group photos, even of a very large group like a sports team. It won't skimp on detail, either, so you'll be able to see everyone's face clearly enough. With a group that's not massive in size, even the standard Tac Zoom lens will take an excellent picture.
Either the standard lens or the micro lens will allow you to take great close-up photos of birds, bugs, flowers and other beautiful or interesting things you see in nature. These lenses have a binocular and microscopic effect, respectively, so it'll appear as if you took each photo while standing right beside the featured subject, even if you were farther away.
Kids will have fun experimenting with the effects that they can create with all four Tac Zoom lenses, but they may enjoy distorting their faces in a spherical manner with the fish-eye lens the most.
If your smartphone or tablet has a camera that will take good photos or videos at night, your Tac Zoom will take even better ones, as it'll be directly connected to your device's camera.
Nowhere is it mentioned that this tool is either shatter-resistant or weather-resistant, so if you drop it on the ground or floor or expose it to bad weather, it may get damaged ( perhaps beyond repair ).
If your smartphone or tablet isn't working, or you don't have it with you for some reason, you won't be able to use this tool, either. It'll only work when attached to a digital device such as this, and it won't work with a laptop or a PC.
Most smartphones and tablets will take decent photos, but they won't offer you the special zoom options that the Tac Zoom and its lenses will. You won't be able to take a very detailed photo from far away, and you may not be able to get an entire large group of people to fit in one shot.
Binoculars are excellent if you just want to see the detail on something from a far distance, but most binoculars don't have built-in cameras. Plus, virtually any pair of binoculars will be larger and heavier than a Tac Zoom tool, and none are designed to clip onto a phone or tablet.
Another option if you want to take detailed, high-definition photos is to seek out and obtain a telescopic camera. However, this might be a waste of your time and financial resources when you can just obtain a small tool like Tac Zoom that'll attach to a device you probably already have—your smartphone.
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