wide-angle lens


Definition of wide-angle lens

  1. :  a camera lens that is used to take pictures that show a wider view than other lenses

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  having, involving the use of, or relating to a wide-angle lens

  1. :  a piece of transparent material (such as glass) that has two opposite regular surfaces either both curved or one curved and the other plane and that is used either singly or combined in an optical instrument for forming an image by focusing rays of light

    :  a combination of two or more simple lenses

    :  a piece of glass or plastic used (as in safety goggles or sunglasses) to protect the eye

  1. :  to make a motion picture of :  film

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