A camera lens that sees behind objects #Photography
Can a lens see objects behind other objects? Ben Krasnow explores:
Telecentric and hypercentric optics are very different from our eyes or normal camera lenses. They have “negative” perspective or no perspective, respectively, leading to very unusual images. In this video (above), I show how to use a common fresnel lens in the creation of your own telecentric optical system.
Read more with links to various lenses for sale and more on the properties discussed.
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