In defense of my eyes, I will say that the viewing angle is much wider than that of many cameras and without the fish-eye effect. But this plus is also a merit of the brain than the eyes)
The question is formulated incorrectly. What is "eye precision"? The human visual system consists not only of a sense organ (in fact, an eye), but also a system for collecting and analyzing information (nerves, brain).
The human eye as an optical system is rather primitive. One lens, albeit with a variable curvature, a fixed focal length, a blind spot at the exit of the optic nerve, acceptable image clarity only in a small area of the sensitive retina, because of which the eye must constantly move to cover the entire picture.
B o Most of what we call vision actually takes place not in the eye, but in the brain and is very much tied to how our brain processes information. So in terms of image quality and image accuracy, digital cameras with modern optics have long bypassed the human eye
If you are talking about how our eye sees, if you do not move your head, but only your eyes, you get a "photo" that is clear in some places, blurry in others. This is already in cameras.
If you are talking about how our eye focuses, then this is also not a very correct question. After all, if you look at a photo of a standard camera, it is focused on some very large area, and maybe even on the whole photo. With eyes such a thing, we have "tunnel focus", we see everything that is focused exactly where we are looking. Everything behind our "tunnel focus" is just blurry.
If you are talking about image clarity. Some cameras already do it better than our eyes, because you cannot bring an object closer and examine it in detail if it is far or close (from a close distance you will cry blood).