Apple Files Patent for Folded Camera Lens With Advanced Zoom Capabilities
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A patent application has been filed by Apple for a folded camera lens. According to a new patent application filed with the US Patent & Trademark Office, Apple is working on a new camera system that can function within smaller form factors. A folded lens system may include a plurality of lens groups, each of which may have a different position on an optical axis. Continue watching after the ad Visit Advertiser website. The report states that the lens system includes at least three groups of lens that can be moved. A controller sends a signal to each of the actuators that move the corresponding lens group by a corresponding distance in a corresponding direction when a request is made for a change in focal length or magnification. The lens group can be moved in different directions. The position along the optical axis of one of the groups is adjusted to focus on the image sensor. Like most patents, Apple doesn’t want to limit this zoom camera feature to just an iPhone and lists possible future applications and devices as follows: A personal computer system, desktop computer, laptop, notebook, tablet, slate, pad, or netbook computer, mainframe computer system, handheld computer, workstation, network computer, a camera, a set top box, a mobile device, an augmented reality (AR) and/or virtual reality is
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