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CAMERA SETTINGS:
Camera Sensor/Film size (mm)
OR
Width:     Height:
Circle of confusion (mm) Calculate CoC from format
Actual lens focal length (mm)
Selected aperture
Units for Size/Distance
Subject distance
FIELD OF VIEW:
Long FOV: º - Capture Size:
Short FOV: º - Capture Size:
Diagonal FOV: º - Capture Size:
Magnification
DEPTH OF FIELD:
Near limit of acceptable sharpness
Far limit of acceptable sharpness
Total depth of field
Depth of field in front of subject
Depth of field behind subject
Hyperfocal distance
INSTRUCTIONS:
Click "Show Required" to highlight the fields are required and the fields that will be calculated.

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Given a camerasFILM/SENSORsize,LENSand maxDISTANCEto subject,
calculate theANGLESof view and subjectDIMENSIONS.

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Given a maxDISTANCEto a subject and a requiredCAPTURE SIZEof the subject that needs to be projected
within the view of theFILEM/SENSOR, calculate the bestLENSto use.

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Given aLENSsize and requiredCAPTURE SIZEof your subject that you need projected within the view
of the camerasFILM/SENSOR, calculate theDISTANCEthat the camera needs to be from the subject.

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Given a camerasFILM/SENSORsize,LENS & APERTUREand maxDISTANCEto subject,
calculate theDEPTH OF FIELDthat will be "acceptably sharp".

Note: The FOV Angle in the diagram below does is not a represent the way that light passes through the lens.
It is a virtual convergence of the line of view from the lens.