fisheye


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fish·eye

 (fĭsh′ī′)
adj.
Of or being a wide-angle photographic lens that covers an angle of about 180°, producing a circular image with exaggerated foreshortening in the center and increasing distortion toward the periphery.
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Adj.1.fisheye - of or relating to a fisheye lens
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