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Thread: Aquariclip Review

  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Aquariclip Review



    Look what came in the mail yesterday. A new way to take pictures when all you have is a cell phone and do not want to mess with flimsy films. I picked up this AquariClip to see what all the hype was all about. I am not upset at all that I did. Below is some information about it and stock photos. I will post my photos directly from my phone with 0 edits in the next post. Photos from my tank were all taken today and seconds apart with and without Aqauriclip. All photos taken with a Samsung Galaxy 7 Curve standard camera with no tweaks. Lets get some of the details about the clip.

    What's in the Box?

    1x AquariClip 37mm HD Universal Adjustable Orange Filter Lens for Aquarium Photography
    1x Universal clip for easy attachment to any smartphone or tablet
    1x Lens cover for protection during storage
    1x Microfiber cleaning cloth
    1x Microsuede carrying bag
    1x Visual instructions



    Imagine being able to take stunning photos of your fish and coral like a pro. AquariClip's unique adjustable Orange Gradient Lens makes it easy to capture stunning photos of your reef aquarium. The AquariClip HD Lens uses an adjustable Orange Gradient Filter to eliminate excess blue light and allow you to capture and share the true, natural beauty of your saltwater fish and coral no matter what lights you have!

    The AquariClip Universal HD Orange Filter for Aquarium Photography clips onto any smartphone or tablet with a camera and filters out excess blue light, allowing you to capture stunning images of your fish and corals. The HD Orange Gradient Lens rotates in the housing allowing you to adjust the amount of orange filter needed to capture the perfect image no matter which lights you use. This ensures that you are always able to capture and share the highest quality images of your aquarium like a pro!

    By filtering out excess blue light, AquariClip reveals the natural, vivid color and beauty of your coral.

    Stock photos from company site. You can purchase one HERE


  2. #2
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    My photos. Again, photos from my tank were all taken today and seconds apart with and without Aqauriclip. All photos taken with a Samsung Galaxy 7 Curve standard camera with no tweaks.

    Photos from my tank all taken today and seconds apart with and without Aqauriclip. I will post more shortly. All photos taken with a Samsung Galaxy 7 Curve standard camera with no tweaks.

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    A picture is worth 1000 words...so more photos.

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  3. #3
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    Wow that's awesome! I wish I had a nice tank to take pictures if
    30 gallon zero edge overflow tank. 50 gallon sump; euro reef RS80 skimmer Jager heaters; Apex controller; two Mak4 return pumps. Physoban and carbon reactors. Maxspec led light for fuge. 2 ai sol fixtures on display.

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