(in a camera or motion-picture projector) a lens assembly whose focal length can be continuously adjusted to provide various degrees of magnification without any loss of focus, thus combining the features of wide-angle, normal, and telephoto lenses.
I had a Nikon DCS-620, which was one of their early models—a hybrid Kodak-Nikon camera—and I was using a 70-200mm zoom lens.
9/11’s Iconic ‘Falling Man’ Marlow Stern September 7, 2011
a lens system that allows the focal length of a camera lens to be varied continuously without altering the sharpness of the image See also telephoto lens
of or relating to a deity or other being conceived of as having the form of an animal. characterized by a highly stylized or conventionalized representation of animal forms. representing or using animal forms. Historical Examples They cook by means of heated stones and have zoomorphic masks. Man, Past and Present Agustus Henry Keane In […]
representation, as in ornament. conception, as of a deity. noun the conception or representation of deities in the form of animals the use of animal forms or symbols in art, literature, etc
- Zoom out
verb (intransitive, adverb) (photog, films, television) to decrease rapidly the magnification of the image of a distant object by means of a zoom lens to consider the essential points, rather than the details of a subject
- Zoom shot