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Lecture 16: Cameras and Lenses (118)

Wide cone shapes produce shallow depth of fields. This is because the in focus part is at the point of convergence. As the point becomes a circle, and the circle becomes bigger, there is less focus. So for a wide cone, the point becomes a big circle quickly, so the depth of field is shallow.

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