focal distance

  1. the distance from a lens to its focus
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How To Use focal distance In A Sentence

  • Huygens discovered the law of refraction to derive the focal distances of lenses.
  • This kind of liquid state lens are composed of a pair of waterdrop , they expose under the high frequency sound wave travel between the vibration, changes lens' focal distance along with it.
  • Despite the vogue for very short focal distances, in glossy shots of food, for example, he insists on sharpness throughout.
  • The participants responded that they experienced more eye strain and fatigue from the video with different vergence and focal distances, a feature of 3D that has long been supposed to cause eye strain. Ars Technica
  • This may avoid remedy mistake because of the actual different focal distance brings from AS function.
  • A common practice in ORs is to raise or elevate the surgical bed to accommodate the surgeon's height and focal distance after the drapes have been applied.
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