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Tag: Fisheye

Lomography Fisheye Baby 110: Tiniest Lomography Panoramic Camera Eva!

Lomography Fisheye Baby 110: Tiniest Lomography Panoramic Camera Eva!
While some people thought that film was dead, Lomography continues to revive film cameras for a new generation. Lomo cameras create images that are full of color and feeling, a bit like an analog version of Instagram.

Rare Fisheye Nikkor Lens for Sale… Just $160,000

Rare Fisheye Nikkor Lens for Sale… Just $160,000
SLR camera lenses can be pretty expensive, but this has got to be some sort of a record. A rare fisheye Nikkor 6mm f/2.8 lens, which is supposed to offer the world’s most extreme wide-angle, has gone on sale at Gray’s of Westminster in London, UK for the low, low price of $160,000 (USD), give or take a few dollars after currency conversion.
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Microsoft HD View Offers Gigapixel Zoom, Hdr Images, More

Microsoft HD View Offers Gigapixel Zoom, Hdr Images, More
I was working on a story about something completely different today when I came across this intriguing digital image technology they’ve been working on for a while over at Microsoft Research. The team sums up their not-too-lofty goal for their HD View technology as follows: “…to create the best picture given (a) a source with high resolution, arbitrary dynamic range, any field of view & color gamut; (b) the user’s interaction; and (c) the display being used.” HD View allows for smooth panning and zooming of extremely high resolution images which have been stitched together from hundreds or thousands of individual images using tools like Microsoft’s free Image Composite Editor.
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