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.
In the field of automotive camera lens units, increased sensor applications demand, and an expected increase in the proportion of glass lens usage, which are capable of higher precision, are expected to lead to a significant increase in demand for such lenses.
You can use the lens of the small, pen-sized torch and place it in front of the camera lens.
The camera lens has sensors that can detect light, color, faces as well as specific objects.
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.
The camera lens is hidden where the numeral 6 should be.
Largan's 8MP (mega-pixel) camera lens accounted for 30-40% of the firm's total revenues in the third quarter, which increased to 40-50% in October to show remarkable growth boosted by high-end smartphones.
Packed with high-end features including No-Glow technology (which eliminates the visible red glow), and full 1080P High-Definition recording and a new Ultra HD IR camera lens, Reconyx's HC600 HyperFire High Output Covert IR trail camera measures a compact 4 1/2x5 1/2x3 inches.
spotted the camera lens focused towards her while she was on the toilet seat.
More and more bird photographers are using a form of photography known as digiscoping, whereby a telescope is attached to the camera lens with an adapter.
He was fined a total of pounds 300 and ordered to pay the photographer, Hugo McNeice, pounds 479 to compensate for damage to his camera lens.