Wide-angle lens is a term that can refer to:

In still photography, a camera device which controls the coverage. Normal viewing is filmed through 50mm lenses while wide-angles usually begin at 35mm

In cinematography, and still photography, the lens itself is shorter yielding a shorter focal length and providing a broader field of vision. This type of lens is often used in cover or establishing shots.
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