Huge Vintage Nikon Fisheye Lens Goes On Sale
Ever heard of a lense that can look behind itself? With a mind-boggling 220 degree viewing angle, this is what this extremely rare and proposterously large fisheye from Nikon, which has just gone on sale, claims to be able to do.
Originally announced at the 1970 Photokina photography trade show, and strictly built-to-order two years after, this 11.5 pound lense drawves any camera body in the industry with a 6mm f2.8 lense, and a 24x36mm image area. Something like this is specially purposed for "scientific and industrial" reasons, and has currently gone on sale for the astronomical sum of £100,000. It's a small price to pay for a lens of this magnitude.
Source: Grays of Westminster
Smartphone cameras have dramatically impacted the way people take pictures. Not too long ago, if you wanted to document an experience in your life, you had to have a camera on you, have film loaded up, and snap your picture knowing you’ll be waiting several weeks before you can even see the results.
If you haven’t played Mini Metro yet, you owe it to yourself to try this amazing subway simulator.
With Google’s cloud gaming announcement, Stadia, comes a ticking clock to the eventual demise of traditional games consoles.
From all indications, the future of competitive gaming is bright and that’s a conservative projection.
UK retailer Game has announced a rather misleading Fortnite giveaway, which I think is more harmful than good…
The Skullcandy Crusher 360 headphones are good, but are they $300 good? Find out in my review…
I just got round to watching A Quiet Place and, well… Here’s why it single-handedly exceeded all my expectations, to become the best film I’ve seen this decade.
Would you be comfortable with having a robot companion? Unsurprisingly, studies show over 72% of Britons would be uncomfortable with a cyborg chum.
Looking for a strong case for your phone? Maybe Urban Armor Gear’s military-grade protection of the Monarch Series will do the trick…
Mobile World Congress is here! Let’s not forget about these 10 hilarious missteps in mobile phone design.