David Adermann, a lecturer of photography in the University of Newcastle, UK, has invented an indestructible camera which is likely to help scientists and military experts in filming activities on the site of an explosion. Adermann claims that no other camera can work as close to the explosion site as his product. This camera was successful in recording the results of an explosion with 640-kg explosives at, Australia. According to him, this camera is likely to be of extensive use in university research.
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