# Hyperfocal Distance Calculator

Hyperfocal distance is the distance at which when the focus point is set, it would render the whole frame with acceptable sharpness. In other words, at hyperfocal distance the depth of field extends from the nearest foreground to infinity.

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Hyperfocal distance is the distance at which when the focus point is set, it would render the whole frame with acceptable sharpness. In other words, at hyperfocal distance the depth of field extends from the nearest foreground to infinity.

Code to add this calci to your website  #### Formula: h = f2 / (A * c) + f Where, f = Focal Length c = Circle of Confusion h = Hyperfocal Distance A = Aperture

It is also important to note that the nearest position for the depth of field is almost half of the hyperfocal distance (distance between camera and point of focus). This hyperfocal distance calculator will help you to find the distance point between the camera lens and nearest point and displays the hyperfocal distance chart for various aperture values.