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USB Camera Lens Humidifier: Now We’re Shooting with Steam

by Paul Strauss

While winter’s dry air here in Chicago is finally nearing its end, I’m sure there are many of you who live in dry climates where humidification is a must year-round. If your need to moisturize your nasal passages and are into photography, have I got something for you!

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One of the latest wacky gadgets to find its way from Hong Kong via Brando, the USB Camera Lens Humidifier is exactly what it sounds like. This gadget looks just like a Canon SLR camera lens, but is actually a compact desktop humidifier. Just load it with water, plug it into a USB port, and you’ll be fogging up your eyeglasses in no time flat.

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The USB Camera Lens Humidifier is available for just $25(USD) over at Brando. Just don’t try and mount it to your fancy DSLR and expect to shoot steamy photos with it.




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