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wide-angle focal length:

Any lens with a focal length shorter than normal, thus allowing a greater area to be photographed. A wide-angle lens alters perspective by making nearby objects seem relatively larger than those far away and by increasing the apparent distance between objects both laterally and in depth.

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wide-angle focal length:

A lens with an angle of view that is wider than that of a normal lens, or that of the human eye. A wide-angle lens has a focal length shorter than the focal length of a normal lens. The focal length of a wide-angle lens is less than the diagonal of the film format or the digital sensor.
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wide-angle focal length:

A lens that offers a wide angle of view, usually in the 35 to 24mm focal length range. Ultra-wide-angle lenses range from 20mm to 8mm. Wide-angle lenses also allow use of very deep zones of focus.
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wide-angle focal length:

A lens that has a shorter focal length and a wider field ofview (includes more subject area) than a normal lens.Also can explained as a lenswhose focal length is shorter than the diagonal of the film frame; in 35mm photography,lenses shorter than 50mm; also referred to as a short lens.
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wide-angle focal length:

A wide-angle lens has a short focal length, which exaggerates the relative size of objects within field of view.
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wide-angle focal length:

A lens of short focal length that provides a wider angle of view than human vision and standard lenses (in the 50mm focal length range). Wide-angle lenses in 35mm and D-SLR photography generally include focal lengths from 21mm to 35mm.
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