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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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Tempting as it is to pay a bit ^^^^ more for an ultra wide-angle of 14mm or even shorter, remember that the wider the angle of view the greater the level of distortion, which doesn't suit every subject or situation.
One unusual feature of the Fiji Blend color system is the intense color shift that occurs when your angle of view changes.
6 mm lens supplying a 92 degree angle of view, and 65' of cable.
Depending on the angle of view and the brilliant lighting (by Scott Poitras, with input by Jeff Fontaine), the overhead fabric suggested Spanish moss, the lower fabric seemed to be smoldering embers and the fir boughs were almost featherlike.
The 8x Venturer has a 7 degree angle of view and a 366' L field of view and the 10x version has an angle of view of 6 degrees and a field of view of 315'.
Similarly, viewers aren't always told whether the data were smoothed or massaged in some way or the angle of view specially chosen, he adds.
Its angle of view is equivalent to 45mm on a 35mm camera (which is similar to that of human vision), its minimum focusing distance is 11.
5Mm Working Length 34Cm, Angle Of View 110 Degree, Complete With Standard Accessories And Light Source
State-of-the-art EF11-24mm f/4L USM delivers unrivalled image quality and versatility in both wide-angle and close-up shots, covering horizontal angle of view at 117[degrees] and a diagonal angle of view of 126[degrees]
The SmartSure app uses the phone's camera flash to illuminate the hologram which incorporates the InkSure taggant, guiding the user to the correct angle of view.
The camera position can be adjusted three ways, providing any angle of view.
We are told that the Turin-born Sighicelli made these images in Cuba, and without the low angle of view and subtle manipulations they might be mistaken for that kind of exoticizing photography that presents the colorful, dilapidated interiors of Old Havana as metaphors for the failure of socialism.