lens element

lens element

[′lenz ‚el·ə·mənt]
(optics)
Separate component lens of a multielement lens.
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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
The most common type is the achromatic doublet based on two individual lenses, one crown glass lens element and a flint glass lens element, joined together, usually one positive and the other negative, so the aberrations and dispersion effects of one lens are compensated by those of the other 1].
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.
E: The H.264 Varifocal (3.6-6mm) Mini Dome Series has a large objective lens element that improves edge resolution while enabling larger field-of-view (FOY) and user flexibility.
It bends the incident light through the telephoto lens by 90 degrees, doing so opens up comparatively more space for moving the lens element, thereby allowing for up to 5x optical zoom.
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. Similar to a neutral density filter that increases in density towards the edges, the apodisation element creates beautiful transitions of in-focus to out-of-focus areas within an image, making for exceptionally soft, smooth bokeh that adds depth and dimensionality.
By keeping lens changes to a minimum you reduce the risk of jungle moisture getting onto the camera mirror, image sensor, or the rear lens element. Use zoom lenses instead.
"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."