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 What part of the eye is similar to that of the lens in a camera?

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What camera lens is most similar to Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX, except for a Canon (Rebel T3)?

Since Canon sensors are smaller, you would want a 32mm lens.
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What part of the eye is like the lens of a camera?

The light rays first pass through the clear front part of the eye called the CORNEA. The light then passes through the PUPIL, which is an opening created by the IRIS or colored part of the eye. Nex... Read More »
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You recently purchased a quantaray lens 28-200mm D aspherical lens for your nikon D80 camera The lens will not focus on a subject unless you are at least 3 feet away Why is that's?

No. Architectural photography requires control over converging vertical lines. Anytime you shoot a building and don't hold the camera perfectly perpendicular to the building's surface, the vertical... Read More »
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How do you attach a 52mm camera lens to a 62mm camera lens?

Most DSLR's include a "Sports" shutter speed function. That's what i use so my images arern't blurry. Hope this helps!
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