fisheye lens

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a camera lens having a wider than normal angle of view (and usually a short focal length)

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The Olympus Fish-Eye lens is a high-performance lens with multiple coating to optimize image quality.
Paul McCartney and John Lennon in Delhi, India, 1966: "These are taken through the fish-eye lens.
Paul McCartney and John Lennon in Delhi, India, 1966: "Taken through the fish-eye lens.
It comprises a single lens, mono-camera version and a premium three lens version which adds a telephoto lens for improved long distance sensing, and a fish-eye lens for improved short range sensing.
PHD student Greg Dash, 26, hit the headlines last year after his fish-eye lens camera wiped out about seven years of student loans.
I like to say that they look at the world through a microscope and I provide the perspective of a fish-eye lens,'' Mr.
Recording a narrative verdict, the jury said: "We believe the fish-eye lens was unsuitable for purpose.
Occasional use of a fish-eye lens cramps the room even further.
One system had the ability to pan and tilt under remote control from the mobile phone, while the other was fitted with a fish-eye lens to increase the field of view.
This camera has a unique 136-degree eye view lens that clicks images that look like they have been shot using a fish-eye lens.
Picture taken with a fish-eye lens and four-minute exposure time.
The main advantage is the fish-eye lens that allows the camera to see panoramically what is very important for monitoring and recording.
A student called Greg Dash from Mountain Ash has invented a tiny digital fish-eye lens camera, no bigger than your thumb - which has only one button and no LCD screen.
And its 25-year-old creator, who is billing the device as the world's first-ever digital fish-eye lens, added he only came up with the invention because he could not afford to buy new equipment for his current camera.
Google said it had carried out the fish-eye lens photography project to provide school children and others with an "insight into how these men lived for months at a time".