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
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".