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minimum aperture

This is the smallest aperture that can be selected. A minimum aperture of f/22 is fine for most photography and the setting only really needs to be smaller to allow exposure at slow shutter speeds when using faster film in brighter conditions.

ephotozine

minimum aperture

The smallest opening a lens affords. Generally, wide angle lenses have a minimum aperture of f/22 normal lenses of f/16 and telephoto lenses of f/32.
ritzcamera

minimum aperture

Constant-density area in the tone of the characteristic curve where less exposure on negative film or more exposure on reversal film will produce no reduction in density. Sometimes called base plus fog in black-and-white film.
kodakcine

minimum aperture

Closest projector can be to screen to focus image onto it.
canonglossaryus

minimum aperture

Distance from the camera sensor to the subject, which varies depending on lens being used. Slightly different than working distance, but often interchanged.
underwatterphotography

minimum aperture

Least amount of light particular camera needs to provide acceptable monitor picture. Data can be found on camera s data sheet.
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