This is a camera designed at the Nagoya Institute of Technology in Japan that features 158 individual lenses. Why so many? To take 3-D pictures of a candle flame. And here I was thinking they were gonna use it to look up girls' skirts. Which, you know they are! Japan, Japan, Japan, what am I gonna do with you?
Record-breaking camera has 158 lenses [dvice]
Thanks to Carl, who doesn't need a camera to look up skirts because he has a bicycle mirror taped to his shoe.
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