AquariClip

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  1. lillypads reef

    lillypads reef Member

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    Anyone using AquariClip?

    Would love to see before/after pics!?!!!

    What phone are you using it ?

    Happy reefing
     
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    EmdeReef Well-Known Member R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award

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    93B4B77F-844C-40F0-AB83-8BD971486DA3.jpeg D3BD32B8-B7CB-434C-863B-667DC262C1D9.jpeg I’m using a similar, although cheaper clip, my sense is they work. As a disclaimer I really suck at taking photos...

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    dbl It Takes Less Energy to be Nice Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter Reef Squad Leader R2R Excellence Award Reef Tank 365 Partner Member 2018 Article Contributor Build Thread Contributor

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    I moved this over to the photography forum in hopes of getting better responses.
     
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    mdbannister Ahh...the Reef Life Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter Photo of the Month Award R2R Excellence Award Partner Member 2018 Article Contributor Build Thread Contributor

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    Cool! So what is as AquariClip? I'm guessing it's a filter of some kind?
     
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    I just use a gel filter with my iPhone X , the monti is with a cheap 20 dollar clip on macro lens 15x zoom.

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  7. Strabel1

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    I purchased a gel filter pack off eBay for like 8 bucks with about 10 different shades so no matter where your spectrum is throughout the day you can use the appropriate shade filter to get the most accurate colors in your pictures. I’m so happy I got them it makes taking those true color pics easy anytime.
     
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  8. lillypads reef

    lillypads reef Member

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    Wow, huge difference!! They look like good pics to me EmdeReef! Thanks for posting
     
  9. lillypads reef

    lillypads reef Member

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    Exactly, the AquariClip is an orange macro that clips onto smartphones. Sounds/looks like macro help bring out the true color from blue aquarium lights.

    I was wondering if people saw better results with the AquariClip instead of cheaper options??!? I think it also has a feature that lets you change the amount of orange used.


    BRS selling them for 30.
     
  10. bigdan3489

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    I splurged on one from BRS and glad I did
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  11. lillypads reef

    lillypads reef Member

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    Awesome, thanks!
     
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