Ishino Yohiro, a professor at the Nagoya Institute in Japan has developed a camera with a total of 158 lenses, making it into the Guinness Book of Records.
It took the professor and his students six months to put the camera together and they now hold the world record for having the most lenses in a camera.
The lenses were out together in rows of four and then mounted on an arc like aluminum frame, each lens cost the team about 200 Yen, about $2.25.
The camera is designed to take 3D images, and was used to capture images of a flickering flame from different angles.
via Gadget LabFiled Under: Camera News, Technology News