hyperfocal

hyperfocal

(ˌhaɪpəˈfəʊkəl)
adj
(Photography) photog optics relating to the distance beyond which a lens can be focused to produce satisfactory image quality
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As an example of determining depth of field, first find the hyperfocal distance H for the 75-mm lens
H = hyperfocal distance, the distance beyond which everything will be in focus when the lens is focused at infinity
In contrast, if an f/stop of perhaps 1:8 is used, the hyperfocal distance reduces to 9.
In the Pan Focus mode, the lens is set to its wide-angle focal length and hyperfocal distance to achieve the greatest depth-of-field.
Users can also modify the hyperfocal distance to achieve depth of field and determine which objects are in sharp focus and which are blurred.