Telephoto

• (a.) Telephotographic; specif., designating a lens consisting of a combination of lenses specially designed to give a large image of a distant object in a camera of relatively short focal length.
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telephoto

noun a photograph made with a telephoto lens
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Telephoto

Tel`e·pho'to adjective Telephotographic; specif., designating a lens consisting of a combination of lenses specially designed to give a large image of a distant object in a camera of relatively short focal length.
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Telephoto

A lens where the focal length is longer than the physical length of the lens, not to be confused with a zoom lens.
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telephoto

telephoto Producing a large image of a distant object.
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Telephoto

This is the focal length that gives you the narrowest angle of coverage, good for bringing distant objects closer. (i.e. 100mm, 200mm, 500mm etc.).
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Telephoto

Used as an equivalent to Long Lens, but for those who wish to be overly exact, a telephoto lens is a long lens that is physically shorter than its focal length.
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