Use the HookUpz™ 2.0 Universal Smartphone Optics Digiscoping Adapter, IS-200 to connect your smartphone to your preferred optic; binoculars, monocular, spotting scopes, telescopes, microscopes, borescopes, slit lamps, night vision and more! Now, you can digitally record and capture everything you see through your optical device and share instantly via text, email or on social media.
The patented HookUpz 2.0™ has been designed to accommodate all the popular smartphones on the market, including the larger sized phones and phablets — even with their cases on! It is super compact, lightweight and offers a user-friendly design. Connecting your smartphone or phablet to your optic is quick and easy. The exclusive, phone clamp and optic cam lock ensures a tight grip to both your phone and optic. It fits a wide range of optics with an outer eyepiece diameter of 25-58mm. Store the HookUpz 2.0™ in the included hard foam carrying case when not in use.
Go ahead and capture your adventures and discoveries through the eyes of your preferred optic. Now sharing those images and videos has never been so easy!
(Visual Description, use captions for audio) A package is seen on a front porch. A pair of feet is seen exiting the front door and picking up the package. A man places the package on a kitchen countertop and opens it up. He removes the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter from the box. A hand attaches the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter to a telescope. He then looks through the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter through the telescope. A group of students and a teacher are seen viewing the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter and attaching it to a microscope. They look on curiously as a specimen is seen on the smartphone. Two young girls are seen leaning against a locker in a high school hallway. One of the young girls takes out her smartphone and sends a text message with an image of the specimen to share. A man is seen flyboarding as a woman records his tricks on the smartphone attached to a binocular. He waves to the woman recording. The woman recording then shows the recorded footage to two young children. She swipes through multiple photos. The video then cuts back to the man that opened the box. He is seen clamping the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter open and closed. He is then seen attaching the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter to a binocular at a hot air balloon festival. He views all the colorful hot air balloons and takes a video. Another man is seen attaching the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter to a binocular viewing deer grazing on grass. A view of the Statue of Liberty is seen on a beautiful clear day. A young couple is seen looking though a spotting scope at the Statue of Liberty. Another man is seen looking through a binocular and uses the shutter button to take a photo. He connects his phone to a laptop and views a video of a bird in a tree that he took with the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter. Another man is seen taking a video of the Brooklyn Cyclone Roller Coaster through the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter. He swipes through his photos and shares one to social media. Another man is shown adjusting the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter at a baseball stadium. He views the baseball game through a binocular attached to the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter. The man takes footage of a baseball player hitting the ball and running to first base. He swipes through the photos he took at the game. A silver SUV is seen driving down the road. The passenger in the car is seen closing the HookUpz 2.0 Smartphone adapter case and zippering it closed. He then places it on the center console.
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