field of view

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In visual perception and in photography, the angular extent of the observable world that is visible from a particular point in a single direction. Unaided human sight spans nearly 180 degrees, 140 degrees being covered by binocular vision, though only a small area is in sharp focus at any moment (see foveal vision).

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics — Media Studies.

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