Updated: Mar 16
In a venue where photography is forbidden, implementation of photography restrictions is extremely difficult. There is no doubt that to put the mobile phones and cameras together for temporary custody is one solution, but that could appear offensive to the guests. If we attach the “No Photography” sticker to the lens, it can block the lens and prevent it from making photo shots. In case such sticker has been torn off under a forbidden manner, it will leave traces of damages, so that concerns about unexpected unsealing can be eliminated. Since no residual glue will be left to damage the lens surface, it is deemed the most appropriate and convenient solution to implement photography restrictions.
Double-Sided Encapsulation of the Mobile Phone
The long version can cover the front and rear of a phone with just one piece, while the short version can only cover a single side. You may choose from different options depending on the scenarios.
Void if the Sticker is Torn / No residual glue / No damage to the lens
When the sticker is torn, it will create a trace of damage, indicating that it has been torn apart, but it will not leave any residual glue on the lens surface and it will not do harm to the lens. If the attachment surface is neat and smooth enough, the entire mark of “VOID OPEN” will appear.
Extended Type for Single-Lens Camera
This type is longer and can be used with single-lens cameras.