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LENSKIRT: Allows You To Shoot Through Glass Stopping Reflections:

Aaron Pinto has come up with a way to shoot timelapses and video through windows without the reflective issues that often show up. The LENSKIRT is a portable, flexible hood which you attach to the end of your camera lens. The LENSKIRT allows you to shoot pictures and video through glass without internal environmental reflections such as people movement, room lights, camera flashes, light leak from under a door, etc showing up on footage. For around $49 the LENSKIRT is a clear choice to be part of your kit. Look to around the 10th of January for the release of the LENSKIRT.

LENSKIRT

Why LENSKIRT?

Because I was tired of my time lapse shots being ruined by someone flipping on a light, opening a door, or throwing a road flare into the room. Reflection on the glass makes it obvious that you were simply 30 stories up in a hotel room and not magically hovering above the Las Vegas strip taking mind blowing shots. The LENSKIRT blocks those pesky reflections and brings the magic back!

LENSKIRT at Work

Where can I use the LENSKIRT?

Anywhere you can stick a suction cup. If you need to shoot photos / video through glass, use the LENSKIRT. Great for planes, trains, automobiles, hotels, offices, homes, aquariums, spaceships and submarines. It also doubles as a stylish hat.

How do I use the LENSKIRT?

Simply attach the four corners of the LENSKIRT to a clean glass surface via the heavy duty suction cups. Setup your camera and insert the lens through the flexible opening. Tighten the enclosure and you are ready to shoot.

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