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multiple lens camera

A camera that uses a rotating mirror to project sequential images onto lenses that are arranged in an arc. The reflected images can then be recorded on stationary film. By using an 8-mm frame format, exposure rates of up to 10 million fps can be obtained. Aside from the ability to shoot several frames at once, the biggest advantage of the multiple lens camera is that it allows one to shoot moving objects, such as sports scenes, or animals in motion etc.
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