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• perspective

• cylindrical 

• fisheye 

• spherical

You can also use custom camera nodes: set the camera type to Custom (lens shader) and connect your node at the top of the lens shaders stack of the camera.

Exposure

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Depth of Field

This  group group controls the Depth of Field settings. Further examples can be found here

Enable

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Focal Distance

Focus at Interest Point

If enabled, the focal distance will be automatically set to the distance from the camera to the camera interest point.

Distance

The distance at which objects appear in perfect focus, for a non-zero aperture value, in case Focus at Interest Point is disabled.

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Aperture

These settings define the geometry of the camera's aperture and its bokeh effects.

Size

The radius of the aperture in world units. The smaller the aperture, the sharper the images (shallower depth of field). In the limit, a size of zero produces no depth of field blurring.

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Aspect Ratio

Used to stretch the aperture vertically. A value of 2 produces an elongated defocusing effect reminiscent of an anamorphic lens, while a value less than one will squash it.

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Polygonal Aperture

Determines whether the aperture will behave as a regular polygon of N-sides or as a perfect disk.

Blades

Number A number of blades (or polygon sides) of the polygonal aperture.

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Blade Curvature

The curvature of the polygonal aperture sides. A value of 0 means hard straight sides. Increasing this value results in progressively more curved edges, all the way to 1.0 which produces a perfect disk. Negative values produce a "pinched" or star-shaped aperture.

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Rotation

Rotation angle (in degrees) of the aperture.

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