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fish-eye lens

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Photography
fish-eye lensˌfish-eye ˈlens noun [countable]  TCPa type of curved lens (=piece of glass on the front of a camera) that allows you to take photographs of a wide area
Examples from the Corpus
fish-eye lensLandscapes are treated unusually, in frescoes and also in sealstones, as if seen from the air or through a fish-eye lens.The slopes were gentle and convex like the outer optic of a huge fish-eye lens.Left: Even squeezed by the fish-eye lens the tank is impressive.
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