Wide-Angle Lens


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Wide-Angle Lens

A camera lens allowing one to take an image with a broader spectrum. That is, one may see more on either side of the focal point of the image. However, a wide angle lens may compress depth, potentially resulting in a blurred image. It is used in both photography and film.
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Of course, for many distant landscape subjects, Infinity focus will apply and the wide-angle lens will almost guarantee front-to-back sharpness across the whole frame.
Even though the point-and-shoot digital cameras that can accommodate wide-angle lenses are smaller than traditional SLR cameras, they are a bit bulky when you add the wide-angle lens attachment.
Working quickly with a wide-angle lens, I shot seven different groupings, rotating the choreographers around Miss Graham.
Using the wide-angle lens, the movie's third scene reveals the landscape of the Local Bubble, the giant cavity that encloses the solar system and its surroundings.
Sometimes getting in close with a wide-angle lens, which makes a tree appear larger than the surroundings, is effective.
8 aperture lens which lets in plenty of light alongside another 120-degree wide-angle lens for fitting in more scenery.
It also sports a dual rear camera setup with one 16MP normal lens and another 13MP wide-angle lens.
Often pairing an RGB color lens with a monochrome lens or a wide-angle lens with a telephoto lens, such a setup can allow for sharper imaging, special focus effects, such as Bokeh or for several zoom options.
It includes one-touch, silent recording with the flip of a switch, as well as a 180-degree, wide-angle lens.
It comes equipped with a wide-angle lens, two RGB inputs, one RGB output, one audio output and a one-watt internal speaker.
One of the most useful characteristics of a wide-angle lens is its depth-of-field.
The new Wide-Angle Inspection Kit consists of a wide-angle lens and lamp diffuser.