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f-stop

f-stop

(ĕf′stŏp′)
n.
1. Abbr. f/ A camera lens aperture setting that corresponds to an f-number.
2. See f-number.

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f-stop

n
(Photography) any of the settings for the f-number of a camera
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f-stop

or f stop

(ˈɛfˌstɒp)

n.
the setting of a camera lens aperture, as indicated by an f number.
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Translations

f-stop

n (Phot) → Blende f
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