One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The distance between a camera lens and the closest object which is in focus when the lens is focused at infinity.
- ‘A more common use of the hyperfocal distance is maximizing the depth of field for a given aperture.’
- ‘These situations call for quick judgment, and the hyperfocal distance is not always the best option.’
- ‘If the hyperfocal distance is more than 30 feet, you probably won't find a setting on your lens.’
- ‘The resulting depth of field starts from halfway of the hyperfocal distance and extends to infinity.’
- ‘The first table contains computed hyperfocal distances for certain focal lengths and apertures.’
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