T-stop


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T-stop

n
(Photography) a setting of the lens aperture on a camera calibrated photometrically and assigned a T-number
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The Optimo Prime series will complete the Angenieux FF zoom lens offer, including the Optimo Ultra 12x.The Optimo Prime series of 12 lenses provides full frame 46.5mm image circle coverage with a consistent 1.8 T-stop (except on extremes).
A fast T-stop of T1.8 facilitates shallow depth of field and the "smooth focus fall off" gives subjects heightened presence in the frame.
Optimised for large-format sensors, the new LPL lens mount has a wider diameter and shorter flange focal depth, allowing the ARRI Signature Primes and all future large-format lenses to be small and lightweight, with a fast T-stop and high-quality bokeh.
In addition to the high efficiency, the new diesels employ technology like brake energy regeneration and auto star t-stop.
Stony Brook T-stop at Boylston and Lamartine streets in Jamaica Plain.
"Timid Lady Rides The Redline": She shudders at / sudden vibrations // clutches her / Aigner bag // for the / dark tunnel // subway screech / and T-stop // at Kendall Square.
In issuing the RFP for Yard-21, in order to turn it into an urban community, a new T-stop would be needed.
There will be free parking, and there is a T-stop right across the street.
A consistent T-stop is also implemented to help simplify lighting on-set and exposure compensation (T2.9 for 15-21mm and T2.1 for 25-135mm).
The Supreme Prime lenses are colour matched across the full range and most feature a fast T-stop of T1.5.