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Human eye surface.

I took this image myself using a Pentax Optio-S5n.

Focal length - 10.20mm

Aperture - F/5.6

Imaging sensor - 1/2.5 inch CCD (5.760mm X 4.290mm)

I believe this image is way sharper than the previous version, making the blood vessels at the surface more clear, as well as the cornea interface. If anyone can get an even better image please go ahead and replace this one!


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  • (del) (cur) 01:29, 5 November 2006 . . Rnbc ( Talk | contribs) . . 1920×1440 (786,280 bytes) (Detailed image of the human eye from the outside. The small blood vessels at the surface are clearly visible. ~~~~)
  • (del) (rev) 06:21, 8 June 2006 . . JFrosty ( Talk | contribs) . . 2272×1476 (2,667,217 bytes) (This is my (JFrosty's) eye. I took it some years ago while trying my new camera. I think it turned out pretty well. {{GFDL-no-disclaimers}})

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