An admin assistant at work was cleaning out one of the unused offices today. Nobody had been using the office for a number of years and it had kind of become a dumping ground for furniture and stuff that people didn't want in their offices any more. It's not too uncommon to come across some unusual items when cleaning such rooms out.
In this case, the admin found a camera. Since the room in question is a couple doors down from my office, she asked me to come look at it. Turns out it's sort of an old Kodak DCS200, which is a digital camera from the early/mid 90s that Kodak made by slapping a digital back onto a regular Nikon film camera body. I say 'sort of' because in addition to the lens on the body, there's also a second, much larger one mounted beneath it.
Anyone got any idea what this huge secondary lens is?
Sorry about the image quality. Between the light from the window and the ones in the office, my phone's crappy camera wasn't producing any really good shots
The thing has what are obviously data and power connectors on it as well as a calibration knob and rocker switches labeled Power and Data. I'm half tempted to hook up the power supplies in the case and see if the thing turns on.
EDIT: I originally thought the view through the viewfinder was a composite image from both lenses. Looking again, it's only a view through the lens on the camera body. My bad for not actually manually focusing the thing the first time I looked through it.