Lens standard

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The lens standard is used to attach a lens to a view camera . In such cameras, the lens standard is connected to the device for receiving the film, the film standard , with a flexible bellows . They can be adjusted against each other, for example to enable perspective correction or depth of field manipulation according to Scheimpflug's rule . The lenses can usually be exchanged on the lens standard.

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