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focus US English

The center of interest or activity

focus US Thesaurus

schools are a focus of community life

back focus US English

The distance between the back of a lens and the image of an object at infinity

fixed focus US English

A camera focus that cannot be adjusted, typically used with a small-aperture lens having a large depth of field

focus group US English

A demographically diverse group of people assembled to participate in a guided discussion about a particular product before it is launched, or to provide ongoing feedback on a political campaign, television series, etc.

soft focus US English

Deliberate slight blurring or lack of definition in a photograph or movie

focus puller US English

An assistant to a film or television cameraman who is responsible for keeping the lens focused during filming

depth of focus US English

The distance between the two extreme axial points behind a lens at which an image is judged to be in focus

refocus US English

Adjust the focus of (a lens or one’s eyes)

prefocus US English

Relating to or denoting a light bulb that is designed so that its beam is focused automatically when it is fitted inside a lamp, especially a vehicle headlamp

autofocus US English

A device that focuses a camera or other piece of equipment automatically

in focus in focus US Thesaurus

submit only those snapshots that are in focus

out of focus in focus US Thesaurus

the shots are slightly out of focus, which gives them an eerie quality