Definitions for "Tele"
Keywords:  focal, lenses, strat, bmm, depth
All lenses with a focal length of 80 mm (or in digital cameras, with the equivalent of 80 mm) or over are classified as tele lenses. Typical characteristics of a tele lens are the narrow field of view (30ï¿1/2 and below depending on focal length), the short depth of field and a compression effect where objects far away and near by appear to be on one level. Standard tele lenses are 80 to 200 mm* and super tele lenses are from 200 mm* upwards. (Wide angle, zoom.) (* Refers to a 35 mm camera)
A telephoto lens has a longer focal length and narrower field of view than a normal lens and enlarges distant subjects. Depth of field decreases as focal length increases. (Telephoto lens construction: this allows a long focal length with short back focus, making for relative compactness). (see Depth of field, Long lens , Standard lens & Wide)
A lens that makes a subject appear larger on film than does a normal lens at the same camera-to-subject distance. A telephoto lens has a longer focal length and narrower field of view than a normal lens and have a shallower depth of field than wide angle lenses. But it can do isolation of subject and have a longer reach without going near to the subject. Life can be very difficult in sports and wildlife photography. Telephoto lens whose focal length is longer than the diagonal of the film frame; in 35mm photography, lenses longer than 50-5Bmm; also referred to as a "long" lens.
Keywords:  unforgiving, instrument
a very unforgiving instrument, too
Keywords:  scroll
Use Scroll of Teleport
Keywords:  steering, column, optional
Optional telescopic steering column.