ND-400 filter for a camera phone?

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image description: "Transit of Venus starting, last chance to see until 2117. Taken with ND-400 filter on 300mm lens."

does a camera phone have a 300mm lens?
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LOL. I want one of these phones. Where can we buy them?
This makes me happy now, I have a reason to laugh
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and because of this I think all his photos in the instagram category are all fake mobile phone photos.
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You are all probably gonna say im nuts,
but i have got some cracking shots of lunarscapes taken with my phone (only a galaxy ace) through a telescope, the smaller camera is great for bobbing on top of the eyepiece and you can just click away.
is this maybe what has been done here??? im undecided. :)

having said that, most of his other instagram shots do look DSLR
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I don't think you're nuts. But if this tog has a 300 mm lens why doesn't he take the picture with his camera? And I think a telescope is not only 300 mm. I'm not sure about this but imo it must be at least 1000 mm or more. Have to ask an expert on this. Maybe he could explain us how he did it? Everything is possible
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in anyhow that's a skill

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