The same spider as before but I was trying to get a look at his other eyes. The side eyes supposedly evolved from compound eyes (as in flies, for instance) and cannot move or focus. In spiders, they measure the light and any changes in it, therefore being quite good at motion detection. In other insects, compound eyes form a composite image (something like a giant display of hundreds of screens, eaching displaying a fragment).
|camera||Canon EOS 7D Mark II|
|exposure mode||full manual|