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Use your binoculars as a telephoto lens

Smartphone cameras have amazing capabilities, but there’s at least one thing they’re not good at: Shooting photos at a distance. Their tiny, fixed, wide-angle lenses can zoom, but only digitally. Digital zooming increases pixel size, not the number of pixels. This compromises the quality and clarity of the image.

The best way to zoom is optically. Telephoto camera lenses, microscopes, telescopes, binoculars and spotting scopes magnify images through high quality glass; this retains all the detail and clarity you see in professional photography. However, telephoto lenses are too expensive for most casual photographers, and none of these devices are made to work with smartphones. 

With Snapzoom, you can use a wide variety of sport and professional optics as accessory lenses for your smartphone. By securing your phone to the eyepiece of an optical device, you can take sharp, clear, close-up photos and videos at the highest possible resolution for your smartphone without spending thousands of dollars on a telephoto lens.

Get up close to your world with Snapzoom


Will Snapzoom Work with my phone?

  • Snapzoom is compatible with any smartphone, with or without a case, up to 3.67in. (93 mm) wide, and nearly 1in. (23 mm) thick.

  • It accepts any eyepiece with an outside diameter between 1.18in. to 2.17in. (30 mm-55 mm) wide, and at least 1in. (25 mm) in height.

  • Your smartphone’s camera will retain all its functions including autofocus and face recognition.

  • Snapzoom doesn’t require any special apps or a battery-draining electronic interface.




Day 2 of the Reef Hawaiian Pro '13 shot with a Snapzoom, Canon 18x50 IS binoculars and a iPhone 5s. Check us out at