The Best Inventions of 2020
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November 19, 2020 8:56 AM EST

Despite years behind the lens, cinematographer Edward Madongorere always struggled to get quality shots on his phone at night—the lighting was never quite right. “Flash photography just doesn’t work,” he says. “We wanted to create a product that solves that problem, so you can essentially take light with you wherever you go.” So Madongorere created MOON UltraLight, a sleek clip-on that attaches to any phone or laptop and casts just the right amount of light on a subject. The rechargeable device brightens or dims at the touch of a finger and adjusts between cool and warm light. And at the size of a small cherry, the $59 clip-on is much smaller and less intrusive than many other lighting tools on the market. —Madeleine Carlisle

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