What does it do?
Gone are the days of struggling to take photos through windows without catching that glare that ruins your images. Even better? No longer will you have to spend hours in photoshop removing reflections when you get home! Whether you're shooting through a hotel window, a high-rise observation deck, the window of a bus or through an enclosure at the zoo - the ULH makes a massive difference, transforming a bad photo into a great one even before you start editing!
Anti-static coating is applied to both sides of the ULH during manufacturing and doesn’t rub off. It gives the ULH a silky smooth finish and helps to stop bits of fluff, dirt and grit from getting stuck to it!
Get drone-looking shots, without a drone.
Ultimate photography Tool
Perfect for airline and train travel, zoo visits, city observation towers and anywhere else you find yourself needing to shoot through a window.
Fits to your lens / phone, not the glass so leaves no marks behind.
Perfect for crowded areas. Compact, discreet and requires no setup once fitted to your lens. Duck and weave around others in even the most crowded of public viewing platforms to get the perfect shot!
Every ULH now comes with a free microfibre carry case, so it's easy to keep clean and compact when not in use!
Will it work on the iPhone 11 Pro Max?
After getting hands on with the new handsets from Apple, I can confirm that YES the ULHmobile fits and works with the new iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. The Telephoto and Wide angle lenses can be tilted to a huge range of angles without issue, but the ultra-wide lens must be pushed a little closer against the glass so the hood does not cause a vignette. The ULHmobile also works perfectly with other 3-camera phones like the Samsung S10 and P30pro.
How do I use it?
The ULH can be used freehand or on a tripod. The freedom to move around without any complicated setup is a real bonus in popular tourist locations and zoos where lots of wandering people make available space limited. Not to mention many of these venues have banned tripods entirely.