A Camera With 158 Lenses

This camera, made by the Nagoya Institute of Technology, has 158 lenses -- more than any other camera in the world, according to Guinness World Records. It was made by associate professor Yojiro Ishino and his students in order to take 3D pictures of a flame. The lenses are arranged in four rows, and the entire rig is 47 centimeters across.

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Most Lenses... Really
I guess the "Guiness Book of World Records" was un-aware of Dayton Taylor's "Timetrack" Cameras (design and built by friend's of mine) that have up to 160 lenses (or more - many configurations are available)… see:

This camera system is the one used in films like the Matrix... and most every commercial with "that effect"...

It is the real "Shizzle"

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