Camera Lens


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Camera Lens

 

a lens used to obtain an optical image of objects being photographed on a photosensitive material. The design of such lenses is extremely complex. (SeeOBJECTIVE: Photographic objectives.)

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One easy way to do this is to purchase a set of step-down rings that thread onto the front of your camera lens to allow the use of smaller lens filters.
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Published by the US Patent and Trademark Office, the Apple patent describes a 'back panel for a portable electronic device with different camera lens options,' allowing for the use of an image sensor and lens outfitted directly into a smartphone via a removable panel and users could change lenses as well.
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