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The most distant point from the eye at which an object is focused on the retina without accommodation (1) of the crystalline lens, theoretically located at infinity for a normal eye but in practice usually set as 6 metres or 20 feet. See also range of accommodation. Compare near point.

Subjects: Psychology.


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