Bower VL152 52mm Right Angle Mirror Lens Attachment

Bower VL152 52mm Right Angle Mirror Lens Attachment

Bower VL152 52mm Right Angle Mirror Lens Attachment

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Bower VL152 52mm Right Angle Mirror Lens Attachment

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This VL152 Bower 52mm Right Angle Mirror Lens Attachment is a classic "deceptive angle" photographic device. It allows photographs to be taken at 90° right angles of the camera. This means you can keep the camera pointed straight ahead, while actually photographing subjects to your right or to your left. The attachment rotates 360°. Designed to be used on lenses with 52mm filter threads, or with bigger sizes with the use of step-up rings.

Great for candids, kids, or photo-shy people.

Note: This item is recommended for normal and longer focal length lenses only. Can not be used with wide angle lenses.

UPC: 636980401119
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Bower VL152 52mm Right Angle Mirror Lens Attachment
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    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.252 x 3.465 x 3.307"
    VL152 52mm Right Angle Mirror Lens Attachment is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from VL152 52mm Right Angle Mirror Lens Attac This is a great thing to use when you want to take candid pictures of someone or when you want to take a picture of someone who is camera shy. I have a sister-in-law who every time you aim a camera at her, she either puts her hand up to her face or runs from the camera. With this device I can aim the camera at someone else and the sister-in-law dowws not know i am actually taking a pictue of her. It works great. Also, you can use the camera on a really wide zoom lens, such as 18mm, and take a picture in two directions with it. You get the person you were taking the picture of and the person who would be to the left or right of the camera at the same time.
    Date published: 2012-12-18
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