Review about HDZoom360
The HDZoom360 is a zoom lens designed to be used with any smartphone. The lens, according to the official HDZoom360 website, was made by “German optical engineers”. HDZoom360 is made by a company named Strong Current Enterprises Limited.
Images produced by HDZoom360 have been tested and found to equal or exceed the photos produced by lenses from the top makers in the world.
After attaching the HDZoom360 to user’s smartphone, they will enjoy 8×18 zooming capabilities. The lens claims to work with any smartphone – including iPhones, Androids, and anything else they use.
Amazingly, the makers of the lens even claim they can shoot subjects from “50 miles away” with the HDZoom360. As proof, they provide a close-up picture of an eagle.
The HDZoom360 is exclusively available online through the company’s official website at HDZoom360.com. User won’t find it anywhere else. It’s priced at around $60 per lens.
The HDZoom360 is a unique camera lens that fits onto any smartphone. Priced at $56 per lens, HDZoom360 promises to offer DSLR-quality photography while shooting subjects from over 50 miles away. The makers of the HDZoom360 make a number of other bold promises about the quality of their lens without backing up any of their information. Ultimately, no matter how good a lens may be, it’s still going to be limited by the quality of user’s smartphone camera.
User can find plenty of similar lenses available for under $25 on Amazon. With that in mind, there’s no need to pay $56 for the HDZoom360 – especially with the manufacturer making all sorts of unusual promises about the quality of their lens.
Features and Pricing about HDZoom360
The lens purportedly uses “high functional internal construction” that allows your smartphone to operate just like it was a professional DSLR camera.
Here are some other features included in the lens:
- Shoots subjects 50 miles away
- Fits any smartphone the device snaps around the edges of your smartphone, then uses an adjustable lens to fit over your smartphone camera
- 5cm x 3cm
- No app required
- Uses a “NASA optical formula” with “genuine glass aspheric lens” that’s superior to professional camera equipment worth thousands of dollars
- Easy to use and adjust the focal length for close-up subjects or far away subjects
- Clear photography in sunlight, moonlight, or candlelight
- Comes with tripod that can rotate 360 degrees
The fact that HDZoom360 advertises capturing subjects from 50 miles away is just ridiculous. When user’s standing on the ground, they will see the horizon at a distance of 2.9 miles then, the curvature of the earth dips the horizon below your line of sight. If they are standing on a hill or tower that’s 100 feet tall, the horizon will be 12.2 miles away. In other words, it’s extremely unlikely that the HDZoom360 will capture subjects 50 miles away at this price range.
HDZoom360 is priced at the following rates:
- 1 Lens: $56 USD
- 3 Lenses: $117
- 4 Lenses: $169
- 5 Lenses: $145
- 10 Lenses: $260
- 15 Lenses: $375
- 20 Lenses: $450
The makers of HDZoom360 also claim that the normal retail price is $290 USD. However, the HDZoom360 has never been sold for anywhere close to that price.
Is HDFX360 the Only Smartphone Lens Kit –
If users are in the market for some aftermarket smartphone lenses, they have literally got thousands of choices at just about every imaginable price point.
Comparatively, HDFX360 claims their lenses are constructed of an “aerospace polymer,” which is such a broad term that it tells us little about the product itself. We’re also told they contain aspheric lenses, although this technology only affects the profile (i.e. the thickness) of the lens, but not necessarily the performance.
From a price perspective, they will find similar three-lens sets only selling for as little as $7. Without more concrete details about HDFX360’s lenses, there’s no way to tell how they stack up against these other options based on quality and functionality.
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