Maximum Relative Aperture

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In Photography - Maximum and Minimum Apertures
... Lens speed The specifications for a given lens typically include the maximum and minimum apertures, for example, f/1.4–f/22 ... In this case f/1.4 is the maximum aperture (the largest opening), and f/22 is the minimum aperture (the smallest opening) ... The maximum aperture tends to be of most interest, and is always included when describing a lens ...

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