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The LENSKIRT is a portable, flexible hood which you attach to the end of your camera lens. It allows you to shoot pictures / video through glass without internal environmental reflections such as yourself, room lights, camera flashes, light leak from under a door, etc.
It is ideal for shooting time lapse projects from inside a building or vehicle.
Dimensions of the LENSKIRT are 9"X10".
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Bob Warfield (Submitted on 6th Jan 2017)
If you want to take photos through windows, or any reflective surface, this product is simple and effective at blocking reflections.
Ramad (Submitted on 29th Aug 2016)
I ordered both lenskirt and XL version to take photographs from inside aircraft, through windows, to remove reflections. The standard version is the right to use, XL is too large to be mounted on the windows.
Sandiway Fong (Submitted on 2nd Jul 2016)
It works fine. A bit pricey for what it is - a simple hood with suction pads - but I'm happy to report that it works.
Peter (Submitted on 5th May 2016)
I have to say that the Lenskirt has brought me further to my goal of taking quality (non-reflecting) pictures with my DSLR from aircraft Windows. Unfortunately I haven't been able to block out the entire aircraft window especially at night to record with my GoPro. I'd LOVE to see an aircraft Lenskirt, but I don't think the demand for it is there. Overall, a really solid product for most people when shooting through windows!
Binne-Louw Katsma (Submitted on 10th Dec 2015)
A must have for timelapse photography! Always the annoying reflection when you want to take pictures through a window.
Simple to use, lightweigh and black. Great product.
Eric Anderson (Submitted on 7th Aug 2015)
I have been an avid amateur photograph for more than fifty years. I have fought window glare like Grant taking Richmond. The lenskirt fixes this. Of special merit is my love of train photography. Affix Lenskirt and shoot through it like the glass isn't even there. Works both with my SLR and my Sony AZ1 (their version of the GoCam. I wish I had a lenskirt for all this time because it is a simple and elegant solution to an age old problem.
James M (Submitted on 29th Jun 2015)
I had been looking online for a simple DIY approach to shooting through windows and glass when I happened upon the Lenskirt. What a great product. I've been using it to shoot through my condo window and my work office tower for great city views - Without Reflections - amazing! I plan to order a second Lenskirt as a back-up and so I can shoot with 2 cameras at once. Great solution and a Great product!
Ahmad Rithauddin (Submitted on 10th Jan 2015)
Your Products that are among the best to use ... it somewhat easier for me when confronted with a mirror. I have promote this product to my friends... and they were quite impressed with the results. The link review photo i snap using your product. https://www.flickr.com/photos/extrumedia/16104150066/
mikeallenphoto (Submitted on 3rd Dec 2014)
I wish I had this years ago. Very handy for museums, historic buildings, and other areas that you can't get in to.
Pat Clifford (Submitted on 27th Nov 2014)
I tried the lens skirt for the first time last week great fit and very convenient does what its suposed to do
Unknown (Submitted on 8th Oct 2014)
On my seventeen day trip by bus through Yunnan Province, China, I took dozens of photos of the countryside as it passed my window and not one of them was spoiled by reflections of the inside of the bus. Lenskirt is just the ticket for bus and train rides.
Bob (Submitted on 16th Apr 2014)
Beats taping towels or shirts or whatever I have handy to the window and my camera.
Gerry Boughna (Submitted on 9th Apr 2014)
Works as expected. Shot time-lapse through hotel window in NYC with no problem. Well made and shipping and delivery perfect. Maybe could be cheaper, though.
john rieger (Submitted on 29th Mar 2014)
I bought this to photograph indoor soccer through the plexiglass & it's a great idea. Works great & it's easier to transport than a home made version.
StoneColdCoffeePhotography (Submitted on 10th Feb 2014)
So far so good. The Lenskirt holds well on windows. I have used it with the GoPro hero 3 so far. while nothing can be done about dirty windows ruining a shot! the skirt tied nicely behind the camera. be careful that you dont touch it until your shooting is done though, you will bump the camera and your next shot will show it. product works as advertised. customer service was excellent in helping me get the lenskirt to my house. thanks guys
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