Definition of long lens in English:

long lens

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A lens with a long focal length, especially as a camera attachment for taking photographs from a great distance.
More example sentences
  • Lenses shorter than 50 mm are considered wide-angle lenses; those longer than normal are considered telephoto or long lenses.
  • Passengers scramble from cabins with an arsenal of cameras, long lenses, monopods and binoculars.
  • Hanging from her neck was a small digital camera with a long lens.

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