F-Numbers, or F-Stops. f/2 being wide open and f/32 being very small.
No, the aperture controls adjust the size of the opening that light enters the camera through (see image above, left maximum aperture setting, right minimum aperture setting).
The shutter of a camera opens and closes allowing light into the camera, the hole in the shutter is the aperture.
A stage aperture is the opening on a microscope slide that allows light to pass through to the specimen.
I would think the bolt sliding forward in the receiver would close the aperture.
It affects DOF (Depth of field)(Bigger aperture, narrower DOF). And it affects light too. Aperture is measured in f/stops. Such as f/2.8 f/1.8 f/22 f/11.
Exposure is the combination of aperture and shutter speed. Aperture (measured in f-stops) determines the amount of light that will enter your camera. Shutter speed (measured in seconds) determines the amount of time that the shutter will stay open to allow light to enter.
An aperture membrane is a section of enzine forming the base of an aperture.
"Aperture" means "opening".
In your lens there is an "aperture" assembly. It adjusts the amount of light that will flow through the lens. Turning the aperture dial sets the size of the hole in the aperture - a larger aperture allows shorter exposures, but a smaller aperture gives greater depth of field.
"Aperture" is a synonym for a break or a crack. "Aperture" is used in many modern day phrases such as camera aperture and of course, "Aperture Science" from the game Portal.
The aperture of my camera lens will not open!
Aperture Foundation was created in 1952.
Aperture - magazine - was created in 1952.
Maximum aperture is the maximum amount you can get a hole to open.
Aperture measures the amount of light that enters the camera and exposes the film. Aperture values correspond to the amount of available light and the desired shutter speed. Aperture also controls depth of field.
The word aperture does not apply to the lens itself. In a camera, the aperture is the diameter of the shutter opening which allows light to reach the lens.