- n. 透镜，镜头；眼睛中的水晶体；晶状体；隐形眼镜；汽车的灯玻璃
- vt. 给……摄影
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- lens:  The Latin word for a ‘lentil’ was lēns; and when 17th-century scientists wanted a term for a round biconvex (lentil-shaped) piece of glass, they needed to look no further than lens. English lentil  itself comes via Old French from Latin lenticula, a diminutive form of lēns.
- lens (n.)
- 1690s, "glass to regulate light rays," from Latin lens (genitive lentis) "lentil," on analogy of the double-convex shape. See lentil. Of the eye from 1719.
In the vernacular of the photographer, anyone crowding to the front of a group, staring into the lens, or otherwise attracting attention to himself is known as a "lens louse." ["American Photography," vol. 40, 1946; the term dates from 1915]
- 1. Why aren't all lenses supplied with a lens hood?
- 2. The autoexposure button is awkwardly placed under the lens release button.
- 3. Your camcorder should have these basic features: autofocus, playback facility, zoom lens.
- 4. He took off his spectacles and rubbed frantically at the lens.
- 5. He photographed this using a macro lens.
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