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Fixed Focus: Lens camera system that has no method of focusing on a fixed point, usually at the hyperfocal distance.
Focus Group Interview: A research interview format in which a trained, objective moderator facilitates respondents’ discussion of a given topic. Focus groups are useful for examining subject’s responses to concept . . . View Full Definition
Focus Group: A small group of individuals who are interviewed through structured facilitator-led discussions in order to solicit opinions, thoughts and ideas about a particular subject or topic area.
Focus Distance: The distance from the camera to the object being focused on.
Focus List: A drastic volume increase in a specific security.
Focusing: System of moving the lens in relation to the image plane so as to obtain the required degree of sharpness of the film.
Focusing Hood: Light proof cowl used on tlr and most roll film slr cameras to prevent extraneous light falling on the focusing screen.
Focusing Cloth: Dark cloth used in view camera photography.
Focus (Earthquake): The point at which the rupture occurs: synonymous with hypocenter.
Focus Range: Range within which a camera is able to focus on the selected picture subject.
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