lens element

lens element

[′lenz ‚el·ə·mənt]
(optics)
Separate component lens of a multielement lens.
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Lutfu also had to watch out for "wedge," a difference in thickness between one side of a lens element and the other.
These impressive defocus capabilities are made possible by the lens' advanced optical structure, as it features a newly designed 11-bladed aperture and a unique optical apodisation lens element.
Out on the dusty track, look out for tiger paws and try to protect your camera and especially the front lens element from being coated in grit and dust.
Glass lens element is hard-coated for scratch resistance and a bright field of view.
4 Main parts of camera: the lens element, electronic shutter assembly, viewfinder, and film-processing compartment
Toting the PureView badge for its OIS equipped floating six lens element Carl Zeiss camera, great lowA[degrees] light imaging and a host of camera apps, the Lumia 925 takes the Lumia 920 to the next level.
6-6mm) Mini Dome Series has a large objective lens element that improves edge resolution while enabling larger field-of-view (FOY) and user flexibility.
With large aperture lenses, the only effective way to thoroughly compensate spherical aberration is to use an aspherical lens element.
An ED lens element has been adopted for suppression of all types of aberration to achieve excellent optical performance.
The OIS processor may be operable to shift the optical path to the image sensor by adjusting a prism, another lens element, or any similar component which the OIS processor may command.
BenQ G1's lens was constructed from seven lens elements in six groups, including an aspherical lens element that improves focus and image integrity by correcting visual aberrations and minimising illumination loss, the statement said.