The World’s First Digital Fisheye Camera Is The Size Of Your Thumb
UK-based student Greg Dash has created the world’s first digital, point-and-shoot fisheye camera, which also happens to be incredibly tiny and cute.
The miniscule camera—about the size of a thumb—is made using an innovative DIY lens that is made of a door viewer.
It allows users to take pictures with the popular “lomo” effect and transfer them with ease onto a computer.
Featuring a 170-degree lens, toy camera design, HD video capability, and a time-lapse mode—that can be set from one photograph per second to one photograph every seven days—this ultra small camera certainly punches above its weight in terms of functions.
This project is currently sourcing for funds on Indiegogo—show your support and get your hands on one of these adorable cameras over here.