Difference between eye and camera, Biology

Difference between Eye and Camera -

 

Camera

 

Eye

1. Box.

 

2. Black inner paint

 

3. Shutter

 

4. Diaphragm

 

5. Light hole

 

6. Lens

 

7. Light sentitive film.

 

8. Image small and inverted

Sclera

 

Choroid

 

Eye lids.

 

Iris.

 

Pupil.

 

Lens.

 

Retina.

 

Small & inverted

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