standard lens

standard lens

[′stan·dərd ′lenz]
(optics)
Usually the lens provided with a camera as standard equipment; in still cameras, the standard lens is one whose focal length is about equal to the length of the diagonal of the negative area normally provided by the camera; the normal field of view of a standard lens is about 53°.
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Extension tubes (as we recall) work by providing the standard lens (normal to telephoto) with ability to focus up close to subject--where conventional lenses are not capable of.
The lenses are rigid and larger than your standard lens, covering the whites of the eyes.

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