Fixed Focal Length (Prime lens)

A fixed focal length lens is a lens that does not change its focal point. An example would be a 50mm prime lens, as apposed to a 35-70mm telephoto lens.  This term also refers to a Prime lens

This sometimes is used to refer to a camera with a single lens that cannot be change and does not zoom.

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