lense vs lens

lense lens

Definitions

  • 1) anatomy The transparent crystalline structure in the eye.
  • 2) biology A genus of the legume family; its bean.
  • 3) geometry A convex shape bounded by two circular arcs, joined at their endpoints, the corresponding concave shape being a lune.
  • 4) An object, usually made of glass, that focuses or defocuses the light that passes through it.
  • 5) by extension, figuratively A way of looking, literally or figuratively, at something.
  • 6) A device which focuses or defocuses electron beams.
  • 7) A transparent, biconvex structure in the eye of a vertebrate or cephalopod that is located between the iris and the vitreous humor and focuses light rays entering through the pupil to form an image on the retina.
  • 8) A thin piece of glass or plastic, as on a pair of sunglasses, that transmits light without refraction.
  • 9) A combination of two or more such pieces, sometimes with other optical devices such as prisms, used to form an image for viewing or photographing.
  • 10) A ground or molded piece of glass, plastic, or other transparent material with opposite surfaces either or both of which are curved, by means of which light rays are refracted so that they converge or diverge to form an image.
  • 11) A similar structure in many invertebrates.
  • 12) A device or phenomenon (such as a gravitational field) that causes light or other radiation to converge or diverge by an action analogous to that of a lens.
  • 13) (Opt.) a double-convex lens with one radius equal to six times the other.
  • 14) See Polyzonal.
  • 15) (Opt.) A piece of glass, or other transparent substance, ground with two opposite regular surfaces, either both curved, or one curved and the other plane, and commonly used, either singly or combined, in optical instruments, for changing the direction of rays of light, and thus magnifying objects, or otherwise modifying vision. In practice, the curved surfaces are usually spherical, though rarely cylindrical, or of some other figure.
  • 16) (Opt.) a lens one side of which is plane and the other convex, but made up of a number of plane faces inclined to one another, each of which presents a separate image of the object viewed through it, so that the object is, as it were, multiplied.
  • 17) (Opt.) a compound lens formed by placing around a central convex lens rings of glass so curved as to have the same focus; used, especially in lighthouses, for concentrating light in a particular direction; -- so called from the inventor.
  • 18) biconvex transparent body situated behind the iris in the eye; its role (along with the cornea) is to focuses light on the retina
  • 19) genus of small erect or climbing herbs with pinnate leaves and small inconspicuous white flowers and small flattened pods: lentils
  • 20) electronic equipment that uses a magnetic or electric field in order to focus a beam of electrons
  • 21) (metaphor) a channel through which something can be seen or understood
  • 22) a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images
  • 23) In entomology: The crystalline lens or cone.
  • 24) Figuratively, photography, from the use of lenses in that art.
  • 25) One of the facets of the compound eye.
  • 26) A genus of leguminous plants of the tribe Vicieæ.
  • 27) A surface-condenser made of two round, dished plates bolted together, resembling in form a double-convex lens.
  • 28) A piece of transparent substance bounded by two curved surfaces (usually spherical), or by a curved surface and a plane.
  • 29) In anatomy, in the eye, a double-convex body placed in the axis of vision behind the iris between the aqueous humor and the vitreous humor, serving to focus rays of light upon the retina; the crystalline lens. See first cut under eye.
  • 30) In geology, a body of ore having a lenticular shape.
  • 31) A genus of dicotyledonous plants of the family Mimosaceæ. There are about 14 species, of which the best-known is L. phaseoloides, the match-box bean or simitar-pod. See Entada, gogo, sea-bean, 1, and simitar-pod.
  • 32) transitive To film, shoot.
  • 33) geology To become thinner towards the edges.
  • 34) Informal To make a photograph or movie of.
  • 35) To bend or distort (light, for example) by means of a lens, especially a gravitational field.

Examples

  • 1) The lenses of my eyes are permanently scarred.
  • 2) Two thirds of the adult population need to wear glasses or contact lenses.
  • 3) If you wear contact lenses may make eyes dry.
  • 4) Special lenses trick the eyes into thinking they are seeing another world.
  • 5) Eyes with lenses were successful enough that there was little point in animals evolving mirrored eyes.
  • 6) Consumers are under no obligation to buy glasses or contact lenses from the optician who carried out their eye test.
  • 7) Try to imagine what it would be like if you wore glasses with red lenses from the moment of your birth.
  • 8) It may once have seemed that mastering the technology of cameras and lenses was a vital part of becoming a photographer.
  • 9) More people wear glasses or contact lenses, which cut down ultraviolet light entering the eyes.
  • 10) If the lens is a wide angle, the birds could seem waaaaaay out there.
  • 11) Anybody know what the lens is attached to in this pic?
  • 12) Dave, the lens is the most important factor in close up/macro photography. any used dslr outfitted with the right lens will work for you.
  • 13) I am wondering if a lens is a little loose and it falls back where it should be when it it lying flat … I was stunned how sharp the images were!
  • 14) But in a profession such as welding, you know, we actually have to the tools that we use to surface and take the scratches out of lenses when we actually manufacture the lens are quite large, and we wouldn't once the lens is actually cut down to the frame size, it really wouldn't be possible to, you know, mount it to the tools that we use to take the scratches off of it.
  • 15) Since they are the same size as a 35mm frame of film, they generally eliminate what we refer to as a lens magnification factor.
  • 16) We start with a product that's what we call a lens blank.
  • 17) ‘His first telescope was made from available lenses and gave a magnification of about four times.’
  • 18) ‘I have two pairs of glasses with different coloured lenses for different light conditions.’
  • 19) ‘Because of the extreme curve of the glasses, the lenses are hard to fit to a frame - and that makes them costly.’
  • 20) ‘Most conventional lenses are made of glass, polymer, or other transparent solid materials.’
  • 21) ‘These foreground clusters act as lenses that magnify the light of the protogalaxies and allow us to detect and study them.’
  • 22) ‘Galileo's telescope was similar to a pair of opera glasses in that it used an arrangement of glass lenses to magnify objects.’
  • 23) ‘Some of the other options include glass lenses and plastic lenses.’
  • 24) ‘He was particularly interested in the ideas of improving telescope design by using lenses made up of two different types of glass.’
  • 25) ‘Light flashed across the round lenses of his glasses.’
  • 26) ‘Isaac Newton proposed using a curved mirror, rather than a lens, to magnify the heavens, and reflecting telescopes are nowadays the norm.’
  • 27) ‘If you wear glasses have your reading lens fitted to your polarized ones.’
  • 28) ‘Galileo's telescope had a convex object lens but a concave eye-piece.’
  • 29) ‘Each cluster acts as a magnifying lens, greatly brightening a quasar's light.’
  • 30) ‘An air bubble in water that is shaped like a normal glass lens would have roughly the opposite effect of the glass lens.’
  • 31) ‘In 1935, Zeiss found a coating of magnesium fluoride on glass lenses dramatically improved image quality.’
  • 32) ‘Using his experimental abilities, he ground lenses and assembled a telescope.’
  • 33) ‘His novel idea was to use both mirrors and lenses in his telescope.’
  • 34) ‘But what appeared to be a minute particle of dirt on a telescope lens was in fact a rare daylight view of the planet Mercury crossing in front of the Sun.’
  • 35) ‘It could have been a bit of dirt on the lens of the telescope but it was really clear through the viewer.’
  • 36) ‘The lens that picks up the light from the focal point is called the eyepiece lens.’
  • 37) ‘The Standard lens is actually one of the most neglected lenses in your camera bag.’
  • 38) ‘With that he tosses the paper across, and goes back to his camera lenses and his camera lens cloth.’
  • 39) ‘The solution to this is to get right next to the glass, so that your camera lens is flush with the glass surface.’
  • 40) ‘Photography is now about computers as much as it is about cameras and lenses.’
  • 41) ‘If your subject is nearby, you can often isolate details with a normal lens or moderate telephoto.’
  • 42) ‘Stuff like this makes me want to get a fish-eye lens for my digital camera.’
  • 43) ‘Zooming the camera lens even further, she saw figures off to the right, walking in front of one of the gray tents.’
  • 44) ‘Of course the best cameras and lenses can produce images of superior technical quality to gear that is less capable.’
  • 45) ‘Controlled by software, tiny motors on the lens assembly and spherical camera casing allow the lens to pan and track objects.’
  • 46) ‘But once the officers checked out the tape over the camera lenses, they decided to rewind and review the videos anyway.’
  • 47) ‘Store cameras and lenses in padded cases and, in very damp environments, in locking plastic bags or even underwater housings.’
  • 48) ‘Scott also plays with lenses, camera speed and some excellent special effects to heighten the impact of the harrowing fight scenes.’
  • 49) ‘Being able to move the camera lens for focusing and zooming would allow picture phones to take clear telephoto shots and focus on objects close-up.’
  • 50) ‘The lens of the eye works much like the lens of a camera.’
  • 51) ‘If possible, bring a camera with interchangeable lenses.’
  • 52) ‘Some of these were made not simply without lenses but without a camera at all - rather by the direct manipulation of photographic plates.’
  • 53) ‘All mating trials were video-recorded by using cameras with macrozoom lenses to allow detailed analysis of the mating sequence.’
  • 54) ‘Camera lenses, no matter how expensive, are nowhere near as acutely sensitive as the human eye, nor does the camera see colour in exactly the same way.’
  • 55) ‘They proceeded to display cases located at the store's front and stole 18 digital and film cameras along with eight camera lenses.’
  • 56) ‘We were looking through our camera lenses, and we could see them waving to us and they kept shooting at us.’
  • 57) ‘The posterior chamber is found behind the iris and in front of the lens and ciliary bodies.’
  • 58) ‘The dioptric system includes the cornea, the lens, the aqueous humor within the anterior eye chamber, and the vitreous body.’
  • 59) ‘With age, your eyes are less able to produce tears, your retinas thin and your lenses gradually turn yellow and become less clear.’
  • 60) ‘The vitreous humor is between the back of the lens and the retina.’
  • 61) ‘The eye fluid nourishes the bloodless lens and cornea.’
  • 62) ‘Designed much like a compound microscope, the electron microscope uses a beam of electrons focused through magnetic lenses.’
  • 63) ‘The first and second lenses operate jointly to concentrate and collimate the incident light beam.’
  • 64) ‘In order to concentrate more light at the aperture, they placed a glass ball lens on the upper side of the tip prior to the assembly step.’
  • 65) ‘Negative refraction implies that a converging lens made from negative-index material should have a concave surface rather than a convex one.’
  • 66) ‘Polycarbonate is a tough, transparent thermoplastic that's used to make thin, light lenses.’
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