Recent Examples of zoom lens from the Web
The video moves on from CRT to LCD to show (with a zoom lens) how the three colored subpixels work to simulate colors, or white.
On a recent afternoon, Joyce Hamilton, 67, and two of her friends wandered through the paths equipped with binoculars and zoom lenses on their cameras.
Consider purchasing a pair of binoculars as well and a major zoom lens for your smartphone camera.
The rear camera has one 12MP, f/1.75 wide-angle lens and one 12MP, f/2.6 zoom lens; the combination of the two should provide a better zoom experience than on single-camera smartphones.
This set the stage for Hall’s breakthrough work, which applied a zoom lens to the conflicted national mood.
In 2012, paparazzi used a powerful zoom lens to capture photos of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless while on vacation in the south of France with her husband, Prince William.
The specs for the RX10IV are almost identical, a massive 24-600mm zoom lens in a small compact body, but the focus is said by Sony to be faster.
For now, the zoom lenses of television cameras do a much better job of showing a pitcher’s intensity or a free-throw shooter’s concentration.
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First Known Use of zoom lens
ZOOM LENS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of zoom lens for English Language Learners
: a camera lens that can make the size of the image become larger and smaller : a camera lens that can zoom in or zoom out
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