wide-angle lens

wide-angle lenses
A wide-angle lens is a lens which allows you to photograph a wider view than a normal lens.

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  • wide-angle lens — noun count a type of camera LENS that gives a wider view than a normal lens …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • wide-angle lens — n a camera ↑lens that lets you take photographs with a wider view than normal …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Wide-angle lens — In photography and cinematography, a wide angle lens is a lens whose focal length is substantially shorter than the focal length of a normal lens for the image size produced by the camera, whether this is dictated by the dimensions of the image… …   Wikipedia

  • wide-angle lens — noun a camera lens having a wider than normal angle of view (and usually a short focal length); produces an image that is foreshortened in the center and increasingly distorted in the periphery • Syn: ↑fisheye lens • Hypernyms: ↑camera lens,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • wide-angle lens — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms wide angle lens : singular wide angle lens plural wide angle lenses a type of camera lens that gives a wider view than a normal lens …   English dictionary

  • wide angle lens — plačiakampis lęšis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. wide angle lens vok. weitwinklige Linse, f rus. широкоугольная линза, f pranc. lentille grand angulaire, f …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • wide-angle lens — noun A short focal length lens having a wide angle of view …   Wiktionary

  • wide-angle lens —    A lens that has a shorter focal length and a wider field of view (includes more subject area) than a normal lens …   Forensic science glossary

  • wide-angle lens — noun (C) a camera lens (2) that lets you take photographs with a wider view than normal …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Wide-Angle lens — FilmM a lens with a large field of view. Particularly useful for interiors and other confined spaces. Added to the front of the camcorder …   Audio and video glossary

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