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depth of focus

n
(Photography) the amount by which the distance between the camera lens and the film can be altered without the resulting image appearing blurred. Compare depth of field
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According to met office epicentre of earthquake was 95 kilometer North- East of Sibbi The focal depth of the earthquake was 15 kilometer.
According to met office epicenter of earthquake was 95 kilometer North- East of Sibi the focal depth of the earthquake was 15 kilometer.
The focal depth of earth quake was 168 kilometer and its epicenter was 157 kilometer SouthWest of Khuzdar.
According to an announcement by the Department of Geological Survey, the earthquake was centered in the area of CiCiAyios Athanasios at a focal depth of three kilometres.
"The earthquake was centred in the Mediterranean Sea some 170 kilometres northwest Polis Chrysochous, Paphos and a focal depth of 10 kilometres.
The earthquake's epicenter was located 80 kilometers west-northwest of Chengdu, the provincial capital, with a focal depth of 19 kilometers.
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.
The epicenter of the earthquake was Hindu Kush mountainous region in neighboring Afghanistan having the focal depth of 179km.
According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department, the epicenter of the earthquake was Ishkisham, Afghanistan and its focal depth was recorded at 236 kilometers.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department, unofficial known as Pakistan Met Office, said a statement that the quake's epicenter was determined at Afghanistan's Hindu Kush Mountain range with a focal depth of 175 km.
When the aerial camera is working, the error of defocus allowed is less than a half of focal depth of the optical system.
Pakistan Metrological Department (PMD) measured the quake 6.9, taking place at focal depth of 197 kilometers with its epicenter in Afghanistan-Tajikstan border region at around 12:14am.

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