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Be ultra-pervy with Omax wide-angle lenses

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The advantage of Omax wide-angle camera lenses, according to these new print ads from Publicis India, is that guys can snap photos of hot girls without alerting them. This is great news for the stalker market, though less great news for the women involved, judging by their reaction on the comments thread over at Gizmodo. It may be worth noting that women can use the Omax lens to discreetly ogle men, too. Fair's fair. And they should. No sense in letting all my nude rooftop sunbathing go undocumented. UPDATE: Adland points out that Leica has done almost identical ads for their own wide-angle lenses.

—Posted by David Kiefaber

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