lens

listen to the pronunciation of lens
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} objektif
mercek
büyüteç
far camı
cam

Tom, gözlüğünün camlarını ılık, sabunlu suyla yıkayıp onları bir bezle kuruttu. - Tom washed the lenses of his glasses with warm, soapy water and dried them on a cloth.

gözlük camı
göz merceği
telescopic lens dürbün gibi fotoğraf makinası objektifi
{i} adese
achromatic lens renksiz mercek
wideangle lens geniş açılı mercek
crystalline lens göz merceği
(Tıp) lens crystallina
{i} foto. objektif
{i} lens
(Tıp) Mercimek, lentil
geniş bir alanın resmini yakın bir mesafeden çekmek için kul
lens hood
(Fotoğrafçılık) parasoley
lens aperture
(Bilgisayar) diyafram
lens hood
(Sinema) parasol
lens hood
(Fotoğrafçılık) ışık siperliği
lens hood
güneşlik
lens antenna
mercek anten
lens aperture
diyafram açıklığı
lens barrel
mercek çerçevesi
lens cap
mercek kapağı
lens capsule
lens kapsülü
lens diaphragm
mercek diyaframı
lens housing
mercek yuvası
lens mount
mercek yuvası
lens mount
mercek çerçevesi
lens opening
mercek açıklığı
lens opening
mercek açıklıgı
lens system
mercek sistemi
lens turret
mercek tablası
lens hood parasol
güneş diyaframı, güneşlik
lens release
Lens serbest
lens aperture
(Askeri) DİYAFRAM AÇIKLIĞI: Bir mercek diyaframı veya başka bir cihazda mercekten geçen ışık miktarını sınırlayan nisbi açıklık
lens coating
(Askeri) MERCEK KAPLAMASI: Bir mercek unsurunun üzerine kaplanan ince şeffaf tabaka
lens coating
(Fotoğrafçılık) objektif kaplaması
lens coating
(Askeri) mercek kaplaması
lens control
(Bilgisayar) mercek denetimi
lens distortion
(Askeri) mercek bozukluğu
lens distortion
(Askeri) MERCEK BOZUKLUĞU: Mercek bozukluklarından ve kaymalarından dolayı meydana gelen görüntü kaymaları
lens maker
gözlükçü
lens outsert
(Çevre) mercek koruyucu
lens response
izin verilmeyen
lens spotlight
(Aydınlatma) mercekli projektör
lens used
(Bilgisayar) kullanılan mercek
compound lens
(Fotoğrafçılık) bileşik objektif
conversion lens
(Fotoğrafçılık) açılı mercek
convex lens
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) ince kenarlı mercek
diffuser lens
flu mercek
eye lens
(Anatomi) göz merceği
len
(Bilgisayar) uzunluk

Maksimum uzunluk: 200 kelime. - Maximum length: 200 words.

Trigonometri üçgenlerin uzunluklarını ve açılarını içeren ilişkileri çalışmaktadır. - Trigonometry studies relationships involving lengths and angles of triangles.

lense
mercek
mirror lens
(Fotoğrafçılık) aynalı objektif
supplementary lens
ek mercek
wide angle lens
(Fotoğrafçılık) geniş açı objektif
wide aperture lens
(Sinema) büyük açıklıklı mercek
zoom lens
(Fotoğrafçılık,Teknik) değişir odaklı mercek
Fresnel lens
Fresnel merceği
achromatic lens
akromatik mercek
anamorphic lens
anamorfozör
anamorphic lens
anamorfozcu mercek
anastigmatic lens
anastigmat mercek
angle of lens
mercek açısı
aplanatic lens
aplanatik mercek
apochromatic lens
apokromatik mercek
astigmatic lens
astigmat mercek
auxiliary lens
ek mercek
camera lens
mercek
coated lens
kaplanmış mercek
compound lens
bileşik mercek
concave lens
obruk mercek
concave lens
çukur mercek
condensing lens
aydınlatma merceği
contact lens
kontaklens
contact lens
lens

Kontak lenslerimi arıyorum. - I'm looking for my contact lens.

Kontakt lens kullanıyorum. - I wear contact lenses.

convergent lens
yakınsak mercek
converging lens
yakınsak mercek
convex lens
tümsek mercek
convex lens
dışbükey mercek
crystalline lens
lens
dielectric lens
dielektrik mercek
diffuser lens
dağıtıcı mercek
distorting lens
bozucu mercek
divergent lens
ıraksak mercek
diverging lens
ıraksak mercek
electromagnetic lens
elektromanyetik mercek
electron lens
çınca merceği
electrostatic lens
elektrostatik mercek
fish-eye lens
balıkgözü objektif
fisheye lens
balıkgözü mercek
immersion lens
daldırma merceği
interchangeable lens
değiştirilebilir mercek
long focus lens
uzun odaklı mercek
magnetic lens
mıknatıssal mercek
magnetic lens
manyetik mercek
magnifying lens
büyüteç
meniscus lens
menisk
meniscus lens
aymercek
metallic lens
metalik mercek
microwave lens
mikrodalga mercek
projection lens
projeksiyon merceği
soft lens
yumuşak lens
telephoto lens
tele objektif
telephoto lens
fotoğraf büyüten mercek
wide angle lens
geniş açılı mercek
zoom lens
zum merceği
Fresnel lens
Fresnel merceği
Fresnel lens spotlight
Fresnel projektörü, Fresnel ışıldak
achromatic lens
şeffaf lens
diffusing lens
flu mercek, yumuşak odaklı mercek
negative lens
ıraksak mercek
objective lens
objektif mercek
positive lens
pozitif mercek, yakınsak mercek
projection lens
projeksiyon merceği, gösterici merceği
telephoto lens
foto. ırak merceği, teleobjektif
twin lens scanner
çift mercekli tarayıcı
variable focus lens
zum merceği, değişir odaklı mercek
waveguide lens
dalga kılavuzu merceği
zoom lens
foto. değişir odaklı mercek, zoom objektifi
achromatic lens
akromatik mercek,şeffaf lens
auxiliary lens
ek objektif
bertrand lens
bertrand merceği
bloomed lens
kaplanmış objektif
camera lens
kamera merceği,mercek
centered lens
(Fotoğrafçılık) merkezlenmiş mercek
collimating lens
kosutlayici mercek
concave lens
çukur mercek,içbükey lens
condenser lens
yoğuşturma merceği
condensing lens
toplayıcı mercek
condensing lens
mercek
contact lens
kontakt lens, lens
contact lens
yapışır mercek
contact lens
(isim) lens
crystalline lens
göz merceği
dielectric lens
(Elektrik, Elektronik) dielektrik radar merceği
electron lens
elektron mercegi
electron lens
(Teknik,Televizyon) elektronik mercek
electron lens
elektron merceği
electronic lens
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) elektronik mercek
fresnel lens optical landing system
(Askeri) fresnel lensli optik iniş sistemi
hand lens
el merceği
i'd like a lens
objektif rica ediyorum
i'd like a lens cap
objektif kapağı rica ediyorum
immersion lens
(mikroskop) daldırma merceği
intermediate lens
(İnşaat) ara mercek
object lens
mercek
object lens
objektif camı
objective lens
(İnşaat) görüntü merceği
parallel plate lens
paralel levhali mercek
portrait lens
(Sinema) pozitif ek mercek
positive lens
yakınsak mercek
positive lens
pozitif mercek
projection lens
(Sinema) gösterici merceği
projector lens
(İnşaat) projektör merceği
radio lens
radyo mercegi
spectacle lens
gözlük camı
symbol lens
sembol camı
tele conversion lens
(Fotoğrafçılık) uzak açı lens
telephoto lens
teleobjektif, uzakçeker
twin lens reflex
(Fotoğrafçılık) çift objektifli refleks
zoom lens
{i} zoom merceği
zoom lens
{i} değişken odaklı mercek
Türkisch - Türkisch
Göze takılan mercek
Kontak lens
Mercek
bakınız: Kontak lens
LEN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Gr: (Muzâri fiilini nasbeden edatlardan birisi). Bir işin aslâ olamıyacağını ifade eder: $ cümlesinde; kâfirler aslâ Cennete giremezler, derken olduğu gibi. (Bak: Huruf-u nâsibe
kontak lens
Gözün saydam tabakasının üzerine doğrudan uygulanan, görmeyi düzeltici mercek
Englisch - Englisch
A device which focuses or defocuses electron beams
To become thinner towards the edges
To film, shoot
A convex shape bounded by two circular arcs, joined at their endpoints, the corresponding concave shape being a lune
The transparent crystalline structure in the eye
An object, usually made of glass, that focuses or defocuses the light that passes through it
A way of looking, literally or figuratively, at something

If the public looks at the condition of America's children largely through a negative lens, worries Child Trends , it may be more difficult to promote child well-being..

A genus of the legume family; its bean
{n} a glass which diverts the rays of light form a direct course
the transparent, dual-convex body which focuses light rays onto the retina (See "Anatomy of the Eye" on the MD Support web site )
The lens sits in the middle of the eye, behind the pupil It focuses the light onto the retina so that you see clear images The lens is a remarkable instrument that adjusts from reading fine print to reading a movie marquee 100 or more feet away Tiny ligaments keep the lens suspended in place (Marks 3)
(metaphor) a channel through which something can be seen or understood; "the writer is the lens through which history can be seen"
A structure inside the eye that helps to focus light on the retina It is curved on both sides and acts similar to a camera lens
One or more pieces of optical glass or similar material designed to collect and focus rays of light to form a sharp image on the film, paper, or projection screen
A cylinder of shaped pieces of glass or plastic at the front of a camera, the lens projects a tiny image of the subject onto the film
a part of the eye that provides some focusing power The lens is able to change shape allowing the eye to focus at different distances
Transparent biconvex tissue within the eye that helps bring rays of light to focus on the retina The lens crystalline can change shape and increase the optical power of the eye when viewing near objects This ability to accommodate is lost after age 40, requiring the use of bifocals or reading glasses
The crystalline lens of the eye is located behind the pupil and iris of the eye and its job is to flex and bend to help focus the light coming in The lens relaxes and contracts when focused at near and far distances to apply more or less "zoom" power in order to see object clearly This structure is generally quite clear and cannot be seen without special equipment If it gets cloudy, we refer to this as a "cataract " SEE: ACCOMMODATION
A combination of shaped glasses and air spaces set in a specific arrangement within a barrel Within the lens is a diaphragm that can be opened and closed to allow in specific amounts of light This is controlled manually by a ring on the outside of the lens barrel, or electronically via pins in the coupling ring that mounts the lens to the camera Lenses have two primary functions: one is to focus light with as little distortion or aberration as possible on to film or sensor Focusing is accomplished by changing the relationship of the elements in the lens to the film plane The other function is to control the amount of light hitting the film by use of its aperture Autofocusing lenses may contain small motors for racking the lens back and forth in response to changes in focus
the transparent structure inside the eye that focuses light rays onto the retina
a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images electronic equipment that uses a magnetic or electric field in order to focus a beam of electrons biconvex transparent body situated behind the iris in the eye; it focuses light waves on the retina (metaphor) a channel through which something can be seen or understood; "the writer is the lens through which history can be seen"
(also called crystalline lens) - the transparent structure inside the eye that focuses light rays onto the retina
biconvex transparent body situated behind the iris in the eye; it focuses light waves on the retina
A transparent, biconvex, nearly spherical body in the eye which focuses light passing through the pupil (images) onto the retina
electronic equipment that uses a magnetic or electric field in order to focus a beam of electrons
In practice, the curved surfaces are usually spherical, though rarely cylindrical, or of some other figure
To film
A transparent double convex (outward curve on both sides) structure between the iris and the vitreous humor Two structures of the eye focus light onto the retina The first is the cornea or front surface of the eye that provides about 65% of the focusing power of the eye The human lens is located behind the iris and in front of the vitreous humor and provides the remaining focusing power for the eye In younger patients (usually below age 45) the lens is able to adjust it's power allowing the eye to change it's focal length from distance to near
A medium which will bend light The eye has its own crystalline lens that helps focus light Spectacle lenses help bend the light in such a way that once it reaches the eye it can then be focused Contact lenses do the same except that they are in contact with the eyeball
A structure made of transparent glass or other material, with at least one curved surface, which causes the light rays passing through it to converge or diverge in a controlled fashion
The crystalline lens finishes the focusing of light It helps to "fine tune" vision, and it is able to change shape to allow the eye to focus on near objects When it becomes cloudy, it is called a cataract Unlike the cornea, the lens can be made to change its shape (and, therefore, its refractive power) rapidly and voluntarily Using its ability to change shape, the lens allows the eye to change its focal point Changes in the shape of the lens will allow a normal eye to focus on near objects
A lens is a clear object which changes the direction of light beams passing through it There is a part of the eyeball called the lens, which focuses light on the retina Corrective lenses, such as contact lenses and eyeglass lenses, change the direction of incoming light so that a clear image appears on the retina and you can see clearly
a transparent optical element, so constructed that it serves to change the degree of convergence or divergence of the transmitted rays
A lens is a thin curved piece of glass or plastic used in things such as cameras, telescopes, and pairs of glasses. You look through a lens in order to make things look larger, smaller, or clearer. a camera lens I packed your sunglasses with the green lenses
The transparent, crystalline, flexible structure in the front of the eye directly behind the pupil Tiny muscles change the shape of the lens to bend the entering light, helping the eye focus for seeing up close and far away
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
The glass or plastic element through which light first enters your camera If you have a poor-quality lens, it doesn't matter how many megapixels or other features a camera has, the picture will be poor Plastic lenses can make your photo look as though they were taken on a foggy day Aspherical glass lenses produce better pictures by reducing the slight distortion often caused by circular lenses
is a part of the eye that provides some focusing power The lens is able to change shape allowing the eye to focus at different distances
a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images
The part of the eye behind the iris that adjusts focus for different distances by changing shape
{i} piece of transparent material having two opposite surfaces which refract rays of light to form an image; part of the eye which focuses light rays to form an image on the retina
The transparent structure in the front of the eye With outward curves on both sides, the lens helps focus light on the retina A piece of glass or other transparent material having two polished opposite surfaces, at least one of which is curved
One or more pieces of optical glass used to gather and focus light rays to form an image
An optical device made of glass or other transparent material that forms images by bending and focusing rays of light A lens made of a single piece of glass cannot produce very sharp or exact images, so camera lenses are made up of a number of glass "elements" that cancel out each other's weaknesses and work together to give a sharp true image The size, curvature and positioning of the elements determine the focal length and angle of view of a lens
In your eye, the lens is the part behind the pupil that focuses light and helps you to see clearly. see also contact lens, telephoto lens, wide-angle lens, zoom lens. Piece of glass or other transparent substance that is used to form an image of an object by converging or diverging rays of light from the object. Because of the curvature of its surface, different rays of light are refracted (see refraction) through different angles. A convex lens causes rays to converge on a single point, the focal point. A concave lens causes rays to diverge as though they are coming from a focal point. Both types cause the rays to form a visual image of the object. The image may be real inverted and photographable or visible on a screen or it may be virtual erect and visible only by looking through the lens
genus of small erect or climbing herbs with pinnate leaves and small inconspicuous white flowers and small flattened pods: lentils
lens blank
A rough, opaque piece of glass of suitable size, design and composition for use, when ground and polished, as a multifocal lens for use in a pair of eyeglasses
lens blanks
plural form of lens blank
lens board
A part used for securing a lens to the front standard of a large-format view camera
lens boards
plural form of lens board
lens flare
A stray patch of brightness in a photographic image resulting from aberrant refractions or reflections within the lens due to an exceptionally bright light source, sometimes one just outside the image proper. Lens flare is usually unwanted, but can be exploited for artistic effect
lens hood
(Fotoğrafçılık) In photography, a lens hood is a device used on the end of a lens to block the sun or other light source in order to prevent glare and lens flare
lens cap
cap used to keep lens free of dust when not in use
lens capsule
a tenuous mesoblastic membrane surrounding the lens
lens implant
a clear plastic lens implanted in the eye; usually done when the natural lens has been removed in a cataract operation
Len
A diminutive of the male given name Leonard
achromatic lens
A lens generally composed of two separate lenses, one convex and one concave and generally of different materials, in such a way that the chromatic aberration produced by one is corrected by the other
contact lens
A thin lens, made of flexible or rigid plastic, that is placed directly on to the eye to correct vision, used as an alternative to spectacles, or, if coloured, to change one's eye color cosmetically
contact-lens
Attributive form of contact lens, noun

contact-lens case.

convex lens
A lens having at least one convex surface, such that light passing through it may be brought to a focus
gravitational lens
A massive body that produces distorted, magnified or multiple images of more distant objects when its gravitational field bends the path of light rays
lense
Common misspelling of lens. (presumably a back-formation from the plural lenses)
lensed
Having a (specified form of) lens
lensing
The focussing of light as if by a lens
macro lens
A lens that allows a camera to focus at very close range to photograph small objects
magnetic lens
a magnetic field with axial symmetry capable of converging a beam of charged particles of uniform velocity and of forming images of objects placed in the path of such beam
varifocal lens
A spectacle lens whose magnifying power varies from top to bottom, allowing them to be used for both distance use and for reading
wide-angle lens
A short focal length lens having a wide angle of view
zoom lens
a mechanical assembly of lenses whose focal length can be rapidly changed
Fresnel lens
Series of concentric rings, each consisting of a thin part of a simple lens, assembled on a flat surface. G.-L.-L. Buffon (1748) first had the idea of dividing a lens surface into concentric rings to reduce the weight. In 1820 his idea was adopted by Augustin-Jean Fresnel (1788-1827) for the construction of lighthouse lenses. Fresnel lenses have the optical properties of much thicker and heavier lenses. They are used in spotlights, floodlights, railroad and traffic signals, and decorative lights. Some thin Fresnel lenses are molded in plastic, the width of the rings being only a few thousandths of an inch; such lenses are used in cameras and small projectors
Len
a diminutive of Leonard
achromatic lens
A composite lens, of two (or three) different kinds of glass, designed to reduce chromatic aberration
achromatic lens
Lens for which all light colors have the same focal length
achromatic lens
a lens corrected for black and white photography; specifically one that brings visual rays to the same focus
achromatic lens
A refractor lens, made of two or sometimes three separate lenses, which has the effect of bringing most of the viewed colours to a sharp focus, thus reducing chromatic aberration Finder Scope: A low power telescope attached parallel to the main instrument which provides easy object locating and telescope aiming
achromatic lens
An Achromatic lens is a system of lenses joined in order to minimize color and shape distortions (chromatic and spherical aberrations) that are inherent in a single lens system
achromatic lens
A combination of lenses made of different glass, used to produce images free of chromatic aberrations
achromatic lens
lens composed usually of two separate lenses used to produce images free of chromatic aberrations
achromatic lens
Refers to a lens which has been partly corrected for chromatic aberration Such a lens is customarily made to bring green and red light rays to approximately the same point focus Also called an achromat
achromatic lens
a compound lens system that forms an image free from chromatic aberration
anastigmatic lens
a lens designed to correct astigmatism
bi-concave lens
double concave lens, lens curved inward like a bowl on both sides
camera lens
a lens that focuses the image in a camera
closeup lens
a photographic lens with a short focal length used to take pictures at short ranges
compound lens
a lens system consisting of two or more lenses on the same axis
concave lens
lens which is rounded inward
contact lens
{i} small plastic or glass lens placed directly on the cornea of the eye on top of the iris to correct a vision problem or for cosmetic purposes
contact lens
Contact lenses are small plastic lenses that you put on the surface of your eyes to help you see better, instead of wearing glasses. A thin plastic or glass lens that is fitted over the cornea of the eye to correct various vision defects. a small round piece of plastic that you put on your eye to help you see clearly. Thin artificial lens worn on the surface of the eye to correct refractive defects of vision. Early glass contact lenses, invented in 1887, were uncomfortable and could not be worn long. Plastic-based lenses, made to measurements of corneal curvature taken by optical instruments, were first developed in the mid 20th century. Gas-permeable lenses allow more oxygen to reach the eye, thus increasing comfort and wear time. Contact lenses have advantages over eyeglasses for certain visual defects and may be preferred for the sake of appearance and other reasons
contact lens
A thin, bowl shaped lens worn on the surface of the eye
contact lens
Lens made of glass or plastic designed to maintain contact on the surface of the cornea Usually used to correct refractive error
contact lens
a thin curved glass or plastic lens designed to fit over the cornea in order to correct vision or to deliver medication
converging lens
lens such that a beam of light passing through it is brought to a point or focus
converging lens
lens which merges light rays together, lens which concentrates light
convex lens
rounded lens, lens which merges light rays together
crown lens
The crown-glass element in an achromatic lens
crown lens
a lens made of optical crown glass
crystalline lens
The lens of an eye
dioptric lens
lens which refracts light
dispersing lens
lens which divides light into rays of different colors
divergent lens
lens that changes the course of rays of light
diverging lens
a lens such that a parallel beam of light passing through it is caused to diverge or spread out
electron lens
Any of various devices that use an electric or magnetic field to focus a beam of electrons
eye lens
{i} lens of an ocular which is nearest to the eye
field lens
the lens that is farthest from the eye in an optical device with morethan one lens
field lens
The lens positioned farthest from the eye in a compound eyepiece
fish-eye lens
a type of curved lens (=piece of glass on the front of a camera) that allows you to take photographs of a wide area
fresnel lens
See under Lens
fresnel lens
lens composed of a number of small lenses arranged to make a lightweight lens of large diameter and short focal length
gravitational lens
A massive celestial object, such as a galaxy, whose gravity bends and focuses the light of a more distant object, resulting in a magnified, distorted, or multiple image of the original light source for a distant observer
hand lens
A hand-held magnifying glass
intraocular lens
an artificial lens that is implanted into the eye of someone to replace a damaged natural lens or someone who has had a cataract removed
len
Large Extension Node
len
Line Equipment Number
len
The length function returns an integer representing the number of characters contained in its string argument
len
FR-NB linge
len
>>> len(x) 7
len
lend
lense
misspelling of lens
lense
a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images
lenses
A set of tools in the form of glasses, contacts or vision therapy equipment used by eye doctors to compensate for refractive error and administer passive or aggressive vision therapy
lenses
plural of lens
lenses
Lenses are devices that redirect light In photography, lenses are used to focus an image for the film Holographers use lenses to widen a laser's beam to illuminate all of the object being holographed
lenses
A glass gas pump globe insert that fits into a globe body; usually decorated with the word "Gasoline," or an oil company logo or name
lenses
Pieces of glass or other transparent materials used for magnification or increased visual acuity See Free Eye Tests
lenses
What kind of lens can I use with REALViZ Stitcher?
lensing
present participle of lens
object lens
first lens that receives the image of an object (in a microscope, etc.)
objective lens
The lens closest to the object In a stereo (low power) microscope there are objective pairs, one lens for each eyepiece lens This gives the 3-D effect On a high power binocular model there is still only one objective lens so no stereo vision
objective lens
The large lens at the front end of a viewing system
objective lens
– in a compound microscope or a telescope, the lens closest to the object being viewed
objective lens
The second of two figures quoted on a pair of binoculars that indicates the diameter of the lens furthest away from your eye when you're looking through them It's quoted in millimeters and the first figure is the magnification A 10x50 pair, for example, has 10x magnification with a 50mm objective lens
objective lens
The lens of the eyepiece The ratio of the focal length of the objective lens to that of the mirror determines the magnification
objective lens
In an optical device using compound lenses, the lens closest to the object observed
objective lens
The primary light gathering optic of a refraction telescope, located opposite of the eyepiece
portrait lens
a compound camera lens with a relatively high aperture
telephoto lens
A telephoto lens is a powerful camera lens which allows you to take close-up pictures of something that is far away. a long lens that you put on a camera so that you can take clear photographs of things that are a long way away
telephoto lens
a camera lens that magnifies the image
twin-lens reflex camera
camera with two objective lenses of the same focal length where one lens is the actual lens that takes the picture amd the other is used for the viewfinder system
wide-angle lens
a camera lens having a wider than normal angle of view (and usually a short focal length); produces an image that is foreshortened in the center and increasingly distorted in the periphery
wide-angle lens
A wide-angle lens is a lens which allows you to photograph a wider view than a normal lens. a camera lens that lets you take photographs with a wider view than normal
zoom lens
A lens of adjustable focal length You zoom to increase or decrease the lens's magnifying power, making the subject bigger or smaller in the frame
zoom lens
a lens in which the focal length can be adjusted over a wide range, giving the photographer, in effect, lenses of many focal lengths
zoom lens
a camera lens that magnifies the image
zoom lens
Lens with variable focal length within a certain range
zoom lens
{i} system of lenses that can be rapidly adjusted for close or distant shots while keeping the image in focus
zoom lens
A zoom lens is a lens that you can attach to a camera, which allows you to make the details larger or smaller while always keeping the picture clear. A camera lens whose focal length can be rapidly changed, allowing rapid change in the size of an image. a camera lens that can change from a distant to a close view
zoom lens
A lens of continuously variable focal length
zoom lens
A lens that lets you change focal lengths on the fly
zoom lens
A lens in which you adjust the focal length over a wide range In effect, this gives you lenses of many focal lengths
zoom lens
A lens of adjustable focal length You can zoom to increase or decrease the lens' magnifying power, making the subject bigger or smaller in the frame
zoom lens
A lens with a focal length that can be changed during a shot A shift towards the telephoto range enlarges the image and flattens its planes together, giving the impression of moving into the scene's space, while a shift toward the wide-angle range does the opposite
zoom lens
A lens with the ability to change its focal length manually or through the use of a controller to cover a variety of needs
zoom lens
An adjustable lens to a range of focal lengths
zoom lens
A lens with several moving elements which can be used to produce a continuous range of focal lengths
zoom lens
A lens on which the focal length can be varied, as opposed to a fixed focal length lens Zooms come in various focal length ranges, such as 35 to 105mm; all focal lengths including and within this range can be utilized
zoom lens
Lenses that are capable of changing their focal length in real time This is an extraordinarily complicated optical trick and most consumer lenses do a poor job of it Until you have eaten enough ramen noodles to afford a professional zoom lenses (usually those > $1000), stick with fixed focal length lenses
zoom lens
A zoom lens offers a continuously variable focal length, normally without the need to refocus A wide-angle zoom usually covers a range of focal lengths that offer a wide angle A standard zoom goes from a slight wide angle to telephoto and a telezoom covers a range of telephoto focal lengths Some zoom lenses are called super zooms because they cover a larger range of focal lengths from wide angle to longer telephoto Most compact and digital cameras come with some form of standard zoom When the lens is a zoom variety we've give the zoom ratio A 3x zoom doesn't necessarily mean that it will magnify the subject by 3x it's the magnification range from one extreme to the other
zoom lens
A lens in which the focal length can be adjusted over a wider range, giving the photographer, in effect, lenses of many focal lengths
zoom lens
A lens system that allows variable magnification capability
zoom lens
Some electronic projectors come with zoom lenses and some don't This feature allows the user to place the projector in a fixed location and alter the projected image size by simply turning the zoom lense and then focusing the final image Small ultra-portable projectors may not have this feature You will need to determine if physically moving the projector closer or farther from the screen (for a non-zoom lens product) is a challenge to how you set-up your presentations and purchase accordingly
zoom lens
Lens that is constructed to allow continuously variable focal length within a specific range
Türkisch - Englisch
(Meteoroloji) lenticularis
lens
crystalline lens
lens " mercek; contact lens" kontaklens
{i} contact lens

I'm looking for my contact lens. - Kontak lenslerimi arıyorum.

Tom found his contact lens near the table. - Tom kontak lenslerini masanın yanında buldu.

lens kapsülü
lens capsule
lens kullanmak
wear contact lenses
lens takmak
wear contact lenses
kontakt lens
contact lens
lensler
contact lenses
lens

    Türkische aussprache

    lenz

    Aussprache

    /ˈlenz/ /ˈlɛnz/

    Etymologie

    (noun.) 1693. Latin lēns (“lentil”).

    Videos

    ... and they will see all the answers appear in their contact lens. ...
    ... contact lens.  You will blink and you will go online.  And who will guy these internet ...

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