English: Computer animation showing the effect of changing a camera's aperture over time. The distance of the camera from the focal point (i.e. the center of the scene) is 16 units; each gray tile is 1/4 unit. The text shows the f-stops and aperture diameters. This animation increments based on the tangent of the focal length.
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