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When you see these spikes, it's a dead giveaway that the image was taken through a camera lens.
Now that the camera lens has been confirmed by LG, it seems likely that previous rumors might actually turn out to be true.
WeeTect, a company involved in manufacturing and supplying anti-fog and anti-scratch solutions, has launched its WeeTect Anti-fog Anti-scratch IP Camera Lens Cover (WAFASIPCLC) in the North American and European markets.
In the field of automotive camera lens units, increased sensor applications demand, and an expected increase in the proportion of glass lens usage, which are capable of higher precision, are expected to lead to a significant increase in demand for such lenses.
The camera lens has sensors that can detect light, color, faces as well as specific objects.
The external camera lens could be attached securely to the iPhone with magnets and aligned with its camera, allowing it to extend the lens and tap into the phone's on-board optics and sensors.
Any camera lens that you choose should have an f/ratio at least as low as f/4 and preferably f/2.
Thanks to the detachable servo drive unit on the ZK series, the lens can be operated in the same manner as a traditional portable television camera lens.
1 per cent market share in the UAE in the fixed camera lens segment for the first half of 2013 and a 100 per cent year-on-year growth in terms of value between the first half of 2012 compared to the first half of 2013, which is attributed to the launch of smart cameras such as Samsung's WB250, NX300 and the GALAXY Camera.
a major supplier of camera lens for Apple's iPhone 5, saw consolidated revenues in October rise 34% month on month (MoM) to NT$2.
The singer, 63, aka Michael Barrett, was convicted in January last year of assaulting snapper Hugo McNeice and smashing a camera lens.
More and more bird photographers are using a form of photography known as digiscoping, whereby a telescope is attached to the camera lens with an adapter.
He was fined a total of pounds 300 and ordered to pay the photographer, Hugo McNeice, pounds 479 to compensate for damage to his camera lens.
The technology will be incorporated in an interchangeable single lens reflex (SLR) camera lens planned for commercial release before the end of 2009.