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​Take zoomed in iPad pictures with Photojojo telep​​hoto lens

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    Taking photos with an iPad might not be users’ favorite thing to do but nevertheless, the latest version comes packed with a very decent 5-megapixel sensor plus other photo goodies. So the que​​stion is, why let it go to waste?

    Photojojo – a company that has been responsible for releasing a lot of popular smartphone camera accessories - comes to the rescue! They have just launched a new telephoto lens which can be mounted on top of the iPad and iPad mini.

    Photojojo will allow tablet owners to use for the first time a 12x zoom when the iPad mini is concerned and a 10x for the iPad. Basically, by using these accessories, users can take quality pictures from a greater distance. To keep things fun, Photojojo allows you to manually adjust the range. On top of that, it also adds “a vignetting and a dreamy lo-fi look” to your photography. The lens is similar to a flashlight and is easily mounted on the devices.

    Pricewise, the lenses are very affordable. You can get the technology for just $25 with the mention that it works with the 3rd and 4th generation iPad and iPad mini of course. Even if Photojojo takes iPad photography to a totally different level, technology might still feel and look odd to some. Though at this price, it is worth trying out just for fun!

    Source: Cnet

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