- Term: Angle of view
Description: Angle of view is synonymous with "field of view" and refers to the range able to be viewed by a camera and lens combination. To put into terms you may already be familiar with, a wide angle lens features a wide angle of view. Conversely, a telephoto lens sees a smaller portion of a scene in front of it - a narrower angle of view.
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