In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The documentary showcases cast interview clips shot in extreme closeup through a fisheye lens.
- There was everything from a professional 80-200 mm zoom to a 15 mm fisheye with built-in color filter wheel.
- The use of a fisheye lens briefly creates a fishbowl world as the father balances his daughter on his shoulders as they walk along the railroad tracks.
- She was about to look through the fisheye when another knock tapped the door.
- Camera two would employ a fisheye lens with a 170 degree view.
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