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Point-and-shoot digital cameras have this crazy teeny tiny flash that looks like a tiny flashlight when you take photos of your friends. This harsh lighting makes everybody's face look shiny and oily. Gary Fong has invented a flat filter wedge that mounts on the telescopic lens of many point and shoot cameras. The diffuser has mini pyramids to further disperse the light. When the light hits the rear of the panel, the tiny pyramids send light all over the place, lighting up the entire wedge, and lighting the ceiling, and the entire room!
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