The Right Kit 3 in 1 lenses
Macro lens – Part of the 3 in 1 Lens Set – Only very close objects (1-2cms away) will come into focus. To increase the detail, use your zoom function. The macro lens unscrews from the back of the wide angle lens. Position the lens centrally over your camera using the clip.
Wide angle lens – Part of the 3 in 1 Lens Set – For 120 degrees of vision. Your subject will appear slightly smaller so you can see a lot more in your shot. Useful for landscapes & interiors where space is limited. Screw the macro lens onto the back of the wide angle lens before you start. Position the lens centrally over your camera using the clip.
Fisheye lens – Part of the 3 in 1 Lens Set – For an extreme 180 degrees of vision. This lens is ideal for architecture and unusual angles. Position the lens centrally over your camera using the clip.
Lens covers – Are provided to protect your equipment from dust & scratches.
You can add other Lenses, Essentials or Accessories to make up The Right Kit for you.
Often sold with a :
Shutter release – Press the appropriate button, IOS or Android, to take pictures or stop & start video recording. Insert the CR2032 battery + side up and replace the cover. Move the switch to the “on” position and wait for the LED light to flash quickly. On the phone you plan to use, activate the Bluetooth function. Pairing will complete once you have selected the shutter release from the list of available sources.
Device holder – Rest your phone in the holder and pull the sprung tab until it drops into place. Pull the tab again to release your phone. Use with items measuring between 5.5 and 8.5 cms. The holder has a standard ¼” thread compatible with the tripod and monopod. Larger clips are available too.
Tripod – Helps to eliminate camera shake when used with the device holder & shutter release. Enjoy hands free use of your phone. The height adjustable legs (13 to 21 cms) have non-skid feet to help with stability. The joint at the neck can be loosened, adjusted and tightened. The tripod can be used with most compact digital cameras. Use the digital compact camera’s self-timer with the tripod or monopod.
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