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This has massive potential.

Not long to wait for a 6-1200mm f1.2 lens that weighs a 100 grams is 50mm long and costs about 500 then?


https://www.engadget.com/2019/08/21/...han-human-eye/
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Re: Harvard-metalens-better-than-human-eye

That does look very impressive. Nice link Dave although it took me a while to work through their cookie system!
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I think it's because I've got an ad blocker set-up in my router. It happens a lot with the sites Google tags with 'Ad'.

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Re: Harvard-metalens-better-than-human-eye

Try the original Harvard Gazette link : https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/sto...ficial-muscle/


It looks interesting but could take quite a while to reach a practical form.
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Re: Harvard-metalens-better-than-human-eye

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This has massive potential.

Not long to wait for a 6-1200mm f1.2 lens that weighs a 100 grams is 50mm long and
costs about 500
then?


https://www.engadget.com/2019/08/21/...han-human-eye/
Wow, I'll have two then.....
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