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New Black Eye Pro Kit G4 – A One-Kit Solution for Pro Mobile Photography

Photographers, videographers, adventurers and storytellers can capture amazing angles with Black Eye’s Pro Kit G4, a one-kit solution for pro-level mobile photography and filmmaking. It features three new Pro lenses – the Pro Portrait Tele G4, Pro Fisheye G4, and Pro Cinema Wide G4. The durable, compact travel case makes it easy and convenient to travel with the lens set. A $300 value for $250.

This looks great but we have not tested it yet, we’ll back with an indepth review once we have, stand by for that.

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The Pro Cinema Wide G4 lens offers what most wide-angle lenses for mobile phones do not: straight leading lines and life-like distortion-free images – with a generous 120-degree angle of view. This lens truly immerses the viewer into the pictures. Ideal for capturing travel highlights, selfies and video blogs and vast landscapes and urban cityscapes by fitting more in the frame.

With the Pro Portrait Tele G4, take stunning portraits and get 2.5x optically closer to subjects when it’s not physically possible, from a top of a cliff or across the street with the 40-degree angle of view. Make subjects pop out from the image with a shallower depth of field. Capture images that look more life-like and show the world as your eyes see it.

“The Pro Tele G4 feels like shooting with a 50mm lens on a full-frame DSLR camera,” said pro photographer Damon Beckford. “The lens is great for getting more depth of field in portraits, getting tighter framed landscape shots and even for some close wildlife photography.”

The Pro Fisheye G4, a high-quality 175-degree fisheye lens, is perfect for shooting action sports, architecture, road trips, parties ” anything where you need to fit more in the picture. Get demanding close-up action sports and POV photos and video. Cover epic landscapes without having to resort to panorama apps and stitching. Get a wider view to selfies by just clipping the lens over the front camera. Truly show what you are seeing when capturing the moment.

These high-quality Pro G4 lenses have the industry’s best optics offering better image quality, less vignetting and better flare protection, at competitive price points.

The Universal clipper attachment system, compatible with most mobile devices, sets Black Eye apart from other products on the market. Universal compatibility means the lenses are quick and easy to use, can be shared between family and friends and work with different generations of smartphone devices.

Black Eye lens features also include:

* Double-coated, hand-polished glass that produces natural colors and prevents unwanted reflections

* Anti-reflection coating on all glass elements to prevent unwanted reflection and enhance the colors

* Nano ground optics for excellent image quality and corner clarity

* Hand assembled, and 100-percent quality checked

* Works with dual lens devices

* Use with front and rear camera

* Optimized for mobile phones released 2018 and later

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