Translation of lens in Spanish:

lens

lente, n.

Pronunciation: /lɛnz//lɛnz/

noun

  • 1

    (piece of glass)
    lente feminine
    • Some of the other options include glass lenses and plastic lenses.
    • Light flashed across the round lenses of his glasses.
    • He was particularly interested in the ideas of improving telescope design by using lenses made up of two different types of glass.
    • Using his experimental abilities, he ground lenses and assembled a telescope.
    • Galileo's telescope had a convex object lens but a concave eye-piece.
    • These foreground clusters act as lenses that magnify the light of the protogalaxies and allow us to detect and study them.
    • Because of the extreme curve of the glasses, the lenses are hard to fit to a frame - and that makes them costly.
    • In 1935, Zeiss found a coating of magnesium fluoride on glass lenses dramatically improved image quality.
    • Most conventional lenses are made of glass, polymer, or other transparent solid materials.
    • Isaac Newton proposed using a curved mirror, rather than a lens, to magnify the heavens, and reflecting telescopes are nowadays the norm.
    • Galileo's telescope was similar to a pair of opera glasses in that it used an arrangement of glass lenses to magnify objects.
    • Each cluster acts as a magnifying lens, greatly brightening a quasar's light.
    • But what appeared to be a minute particle of dirt on a telescope lens was in fact a rare daylight view of the planet Mercury crossing in front of the Sun.
    • It could have been a bit of dirt on the lens of the telescope but it was really clear through the viewer.
    • The lens that picks up the light from the focal point is called the eyepiece lens.
    • I have two pairs of glasses with different coloured lenses for different light conditions.
    • An air bubble in water that is shaped like a normal glass lens would have roughly the opposite effect of the glass lens.
    • His first telescope was made from available lenses and gave a magnification of about four times.
    • If you wear glasses have your reading lens fitted to your polarized ones.
    • His novel idea was to use both mirrors and lenses in his telescope.
    • Photography is now about computers as much as it is about cameras and lenses.
    • If possible, bring a camera with interchangeable lenses.
    • They proceeded to display cases located at the store's front and stole 18 digital and film cameras along with eight camera lenses.
    • The Standard lens is actually one of the most neglected lenses in your camera bag.
    • The solution to this is to get right next to the glass, so that your camera lens is flush with the glass surface.
    • The lens of the eye works much like the lens of a camera.
    • Being able to move the camera lens for focusing and zooming would allow picture phones to take clear telephoto shots and focus on objects close-up.
    • With that he tosses the paper across, and goes back to his camera lenses and his camera lens cloth.
    • Zooming the camera lens even further, she saw figures off to the right, walking in front of one of the gray tents.
    • If your subject is nearby, you can often isolate details with a normal lens or moderate telephoto.
    • All mating trials were video-recorded by using cameras with macrozoom lenses to allow detailed analysis of the mating sequence.
    • Stuff like this makes me want to get a fish-eye lens for my digital camera.
    • Controlled by software, tiny motors on the lens assembly and spherical camera casing allow the lens to pan and track objects.
    • Scott also plays with lenses, camera speed and some excellent special effects to heighten the impact of the harrowing fight scenes.
    • Of course the best cameras and lenses can produce images of superior technical quality to gear that is less capable.
    • Camera lenses, no matter how expensive, are nowhere near as acutely sensitive as the human eye, nor does the camera see colour in exactly the same way.
    • Store cameras and lenses in padded cases and, in very damp environments, in locking plastic bags or even underwater housings.
    • Some of these were made not simply without lenses but without a camera at all - rather by the direct manipulation of photographic plates.
    • We were looking through our camera lenses, and we could see them waving to us and they kept shooting at us.
    • But once the officers checked out the tape over the camera lenses, they decided to rewind and review the videos anyway.
    • The posterior chamber is found behind the iris and in front of the lens and ciliary bodies.
    • The eye fluid nourishes the bloodless lens and cornea.
    • With age, your eyes are less able to produce tears, your retinas thin and your lenses gradually turn yellow and become less clear.
    • The dioptric system includes the cornea, the lens, the aqueous humor within the anterior eye chamber, and the vitreous body.
    • The vitreous humor is between the back of the lens and the retina.
  • 2

    (for magnifying)
    lupa feminine
  • 3

    (in spectacles)
    cristal masculine
  • 4

  • 5

    Photography
    lente feminine
    (compound) objetivo masculine
    (cap) (before noun) del objetivo
    lens aperture diafragma
  • 6

    Anatomy
    cristalino masculine