Dickie D just got back from CES and he pretty much saw a lot of silly ideas that didn't really have much use. Leo says they've run out of ideas and are now mashing them together to create something new. But one thing he did see came from Kodak. The Kodak Super8 camera looks like a retro model, but it was a brand new camera that will go on sale soon. And yes, it uses Super 8mm film! Film that you shoot and mail off to Kodak just the way you did 40 or 50 years ago! Unlike the old super 8 camera, this one has a large flip-out 4-inch LCD screen.
The topic for today's Photo segment is why lenses are round and not rectangular like the images. Chris says that a lens is essentially a projector, and all projectors cast a circular image. What makes the image square is the sensor, though the original Kodak actually printed round images. It's also better to have round lenses because round motion can convert to linear motion more easily.