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The f-number N is given by:
Answer

F = f / D
where f is the focal length, and D is the diameter of the entrance pupil (effective aperture).


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tio in telescopes 6 Working f-number 7 History 7.1 Origins of relative aperture 7.2 Aperture numbering systems 7.3 Typographical standardization 8 See also 9 References 10 External links Notation[edit] The f-number N is given by: <span>where is the focal length, and is the diameter of the entrance pupil (effective aperture). It is customary to write f-numbers preceded by f/, which forms a mathematical expression of the entrance pupil diameter in terms of f and N. [2] For example, if a lens's focal length is







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Let f be the lens focal length, N be the lens f -number, and c be the circle of confusion for a given image format. The H hyperfocal distance is approximately given by: \(\large H\approx\frac{f^2}{Nc}\)

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Depth of field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
, miosis). DOF formulas[edit] The basis of these formulas is given in the section Derivation of the DOF formulae; [10] refer to the diagram in that section for illustration of the quantities discussed below. Hyperfocal distance[edit] <span>Let be the lens focal length, be the lens f -number, and be the circle of confusion for a given image format. The hyperfocal distance is given by Moderate-to-large distances[edit] Let be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the d




Flashcard 150890761

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Let f be the lens focal length, N be the lens f -number, and c be the circle of confusion for a given image format. The H hyperfocal distance is approximately given by:

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\(\large H\approx\frac{f^2}{Nc}\)


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Depth of field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
, miosis). DOF formulas[edit] The basis of these formulas is given in the section Derivation of the DOF formulae; [10] refer to the diagram in that section for illustration of the quantities discussed below. Hyperfocal distance[edit] <span>Let be the lens focal length, be the lens f -number, and be the circle of confusion for a given image format. The hyperfocal distance is given by Moderate-to-large distances[edit] Let be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the d







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Let s be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When s is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the distance DN from the camera to the near limit of DOF and the distance DF from the camera to the far limit of DOF are (approximately):

\(\large D_N\approx\frac{Hs}{H+s}\)

and

\(D_F\approx\frac{Hs}{H-s}\) for s<H

The depth of field DF - DN is

\(\large DOF\approx\frac{2Hs^2}{H^2-s^2}\)

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Depth of field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ities discussed below. Hyperfocal distance[edit] Let be the lens focal length, be the lens f -number, and be the circle of confusion for a given image format. The hyperfocal distance is given by Moderate-to-large distances[edit] <span>Let be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the distance from the camera to the near limit of DOF and the distance from the camera to the far limit of DOF are and The depth of field is Substituting for and rearranging, DOF can be expressed as Thus, for a given image format, depth of field is determined by three factors: the focal length of the lens, the f -number




Flashcard 150890777

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Let s be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When s is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the distance DN from the camera to the near limit of DOF and the distance DF from the camera to the far limit of DOF are (approximately):

DN [...]

and

\(D_F\approx\frac{Hs}{H-s}\) for s<H

The depth of field DF - DN is

\(\large DOF\approx\frac{2Hs^2}{H^2-s^2}\)

Answer
\(\large D_N\approx\frac{Hs}{H+s}\)


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Depth of field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ities discussed below. Hyperfocal distance[edit] Let be the lens focal length, be the lens f -number, and be the circle of confusion for a given image format. The hyperfocal distance is given by Moderate-to-large distances[edit] <span>Let be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the distance from the camera to the near limit of DOF and the distance from the camera to the far limit of DOF are and The depth of field is Substituting for and rearranging, DOF can be expressed as Thus, for a given image format, depth of field is determined by three factors: the focal length of the lens, the f -number







Flashcard 150890792

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Let s be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When s is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the distance DN from the camera to the near limit of DOF and the distance DF from the camera to the far limit of DOF are (approximately):

\(\large D_N\approx\frac{Hs}{H+s}\)

and

DF [...]

The depth of field DF - DN is

\(\large DOF\approx\frac{2Hs^2}{H^2-s^2}\)

Answer
\(D_F\approx\frac{Hs}{H-s}\) for s<H


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Depth of field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ities discussed below. Hyperfocal distance[edit] Let be the lens focal length, be the lens f -number, and be the circle of confusion for a given image format. The hyperfocal distance is given by Moderate-to-large distances[edit] <span>Let be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the distance from the camera to the near limit of DOF and the distance from the camera to the far limit of DOF are and The depth of field is Substituting for and rearranging, DOF can be expressed as Thus, for a given image format, depth of field is determined by three factors: the focal length of the lens, the f -number







Flashcard 150890804

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Let s be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When s is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the distance DN from the camera to the near limit of DOF and the distance DF from the camera to the far limit of DOF are (approximately):

\(\large D_N\approx\frac{Hs}{H+s}\)

and

\(D_F\approx\frac{Hs}{H-s}\) for s<H

The depth of field DF - DN is

DOF [...]

Answer
\(\large DOF\approx\frac{2Hs^2}{H^2-s^2}\)


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Depth of field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ities discussed below. Hyperfocal distance[edit] Let be the lens focal length, be the lens f -number, and be the circle of confusion for a given image format. The hyperfocal distance is given by Moderate-to-large distances[edit] <span>Let be the distance at which the camera is focused (the "subject distance"). When is large in comparison with the lens focal length, the distance from the camera to the near limit of DOF and the distance from the camera to the far limit of DOF are and The depth of field is Substituting for and rearranging, DOF can be expressed as Thus, for a given image format, depth of field is determined by three factors: the focal length of the lens, the f -number







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The hyperfocal distance is the nearest focus distance at which the DOF extends to infinity

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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). Hyperfocal distance[edit] <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




Flashcard 150890817

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The hyperfocal distance is the [...] at which the DOF extends to infinity
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nearest focus distance


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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). Hyperfocal distance[edit] <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







Flashcard 150890823

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The hyperfocal distance is the nearest focus distance at which the [...]
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DOF extends to infinity


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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). Hyperfocal distance[edit] <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