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angle of view

[′aŋ·gəl əv ′vyü]
(optics)
The angle subtended by an image at the second nodal point of a lens.

angle of view

The angle subtended by lines that pass through the center of the lens to diametrically opposite corners of the plate or film used. The angle of view of a camera varies with the photographed image and the bellows extension. The amount of ground covered by an aerial camera at a given altitude can be calculated from the angle of view and height of the aircraft.
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It has an angle of view equivalent to 120mm on the Micro Four Thirds system and 90mm on the E-mount system (35mm equivalent focal length).
Calling on the design technologies cultivated by the Company over many years, along with measuring and precision-machining technologies newly developed for the task at hand, Canon succeeded in expanding the lens's maximum angle of view from the 0.
The lenses minimize focus-induced changes in the angle of view and, through the latest advances in anti-reflective coating and related technologies, reduce the occurrence of ghosting and flare.
2 varifocal (which provides the angle of view between 36 and 72 degrees HORZ), this series offers 2-4 mm (wide angle) and 4-9 mm (telephoto) lens options.
8 EX DN has the equivalent angle of view of a 60mm lens (35mm equivalent focal length) on the Micro Four Thirds system and 45mm (35mm equivalent focal length) on the E-mount system.
com/lens-selector can enter the pertinent data for their application (such as necessary angle of view, working distance, object size, etc.
6 Di VC USD (Model A005) can be used with both full-frame sensor and AF 35 mm cameras having a zoom range of 70-300 mm, and as well with APS-C sensor cameras where the angle of view changes the zoom to 109-465 mm.
This latest member of the PENTAX Optio E series is newly equipped with an optical 3X zoom lens featuring a wide angle of view (equivalent to 32mm to 96mm in 35mm format) that is perfect for group shots in narrow settings, landscapes and architecture.
The camera is fitted with a fixed focus wide angle lens, giving a 57 diagonal angle of view in water through a sapphire window which is highly scratch resistant and 99.
The OE15-100D camera is smaller yet has a deeper rated housing and wider Angle of View (AOV) in water than any of its predecessors, whilst maintaining KONGSBERG's exceptionally high standard of build and image quality.
Digital users will appreciate a 90 degree angle of view with the Nikon D1, adding exciting visual perspective to their photography.