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The "Fisheye" lens will give the photograph a convex look. I it is very difficult to create a photograph that will work well with the lens without leaving the subject too distorted.

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You don't need a fish-eye lens with this camera. It has a built in fish eye lens feature/ mode and you can alter the intensity of the fish eye effect on the digital image.


For a Canon SD1300IS there is no compatible fish eye lens. The lens on this camera is not removable and therefore you cannot add anything.


The similarity is in light passing the lens both for the eye and for the camera. The eye lens is passive. The camera shutter controls the amount of light entering the camera. But the eye lens affect the eye only when there is cloudiness of the lens like in cataract.



All of 'em can, even if they're not built in. You'll either need another complete lens assembly or you can just go to your camera store and buy on a lens adapter to convert your existing lens to a `fish-eye'.



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Cornea is the lens cover, the iris and pupil act like the aperture of the camera lens. The lens of the eye acts like the lens of the camera. The retina acts like the film.


A human eye does the same as a camera lens, but instead, it captures the information in the retina, and sends if through the optic nerve. A camera lens does the same, but, using the light, it sends it through the camera, bouncing off mirrors and arriving to your eye.


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Lens of the camera is similar to lens of the eye. Both of them are convex lenses. They produce the real image of the object.


if your camera hasinterchangeable lenses, then yes. If it is a cheaper point-and-shoot brand with fixed lenses than no, it cannot.


Yes. Because convex lens produce real image.. so Fish eye has convex lens


Actually, the lens on your eye moves just like the lens of a camera to focus light. People who are nearsighted or farsighted have trouble focusing on objects that are very close or very far away. Since the lens on your eye isn't as big as the lens on a camera, it's just harder to observe it moving.


The eye lens is called the optic lens, it focuses light like a camera lens. The two are very alike. Hope that answers the question, Danielle


The pinhole camera has no lens. The human eye has a variable-focus lens.


The camera and the eye both have lens.


The eye can see better than a camera's lens.


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In a camera, the lens is fixed - focusing is done by moving the lens forward or backward to get a sharp image. In the human eye, muscles surrounding the eyeball 'distort' the lens to change its focal length.


1. Like your eye, a camera has a lens that focuses light to form an image.2. Anything that your eye sees, the brain remembers. Just like a camera.



The lens allows for creating different effects on the camera. There are lens for zooming, fish eye, etc. It creates different artistic modes. The camera comes basically without the lens, and more experienced photographers by other lenses for the new effects. They are a lot of fun though, I would definitely recommend investing in them, they create many more opportunities to have fun with photography.


i think it's called fish-eye lens


This part is called a Lens, on the camera and the glasses the are made of either optical glass or optical plastic, in the eye the lens in an organic material. Lens allow light to enter the camera, eye or glasses, and focuses that light on a surface such as the camera's film, the eye's retina, and the glasses wearer's eyes.