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Fragmented Lens

Note: The photo here was just fuzzy (unsharp) = no overlapping bokeh = since it was made by a single lens

After making 1/2, 1/4 lens cameras, there are many fragmented lenses left behind. Even fragmented — its still functions as an optical lens.

Zennist’s tendency is = No attachment, — yet still, (strangely) go for whole hog. So, why not test those small plastic fragment ?

As (or used to be) an optical lens of one time use camera, it works as a lens, even though it was fragmented to such small fraction.

And a remarkable point of those fun camera lens IS they are very well designed aspherical omuni-focus lens. Therefore, they can capture the image in distence to

close subject such as this without any focusing control. (well, you may say, more or less)

So, for the general use, they do an enough work. What do you ask more (for its less than £10 price). 😀

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  1. Morning Sky – Dec'19 | Yoshizen's Blog said, on December 11, 2019 at 12:00

    […] one was by the Fragmented lens on Nikon Z. (Camera set the ISO to 12500 (not me) = So, the noise was too high — still, as […]

  2. Hi-ISO noise | Yoshizen's Blog said, on December 13, 2019 at 20:52

    […] Photography, Subconsciousness, Who is Yoshizen, Zen in Action by yoshizen on December 13, 2019 Fragmented lens on Nikon Z7 / ISO 25600 / ND filter = in order to make the exposure time even longer, a dark ND […]

  3. F and M — Cats story ? | Yoshizen's Blog said, on December 24, 2019 at 17:20

    […] the photos from the Fortnum and Mason’s X’mas decorations taken by a homemade “Fragmented Lens” (except few exception which got dark surroundings = 110 Pentax 24mm Lens) on Nikon […]

  4. […] the same landscape by the “Fragmented Lens” on Nikon […]


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