Wide"-an`gle, a. (Photog. & Optics) Having or covering an angle wider than the ordinary; -- applied to certain lenses of relatively short focus. Lenses for ordinary purposes have an angle of 50 or less. Wide-angle lenses may cover as much as 100 and are useful for photographing at short range, but the pictures appear distorted.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]
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