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Open it The hyperfocal distance is the nearest focus distance at which the DOF extends to infinity
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Depth of field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia us and f -number from DOF limits. Some view cameras include DOF calculators that indicate focus and f -number without the need for any calculations by the photographer (Tillmanns 1997, 67–68; Ray 2002, 230–31).
<span>The hyperfocal distance is the nearest focus distance at which the DOF extends to infinity; focusing the camera at the hyperfocal distance results in the largest possible depth of field for a given f -number (Ray 2000, 55). Focusing beyond the hyperfocal distance does not in
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