On Fri, Feb 23, 2018, at 09:19, Matej Martinovic wrote:
> It's the distance from the sensor plane of your camera to the subject 
> which is in focus. You can see the set focus distance also on the 
> distance scale on your lens.

Note that depending on the camera model, this may or may not reflect reality... 
it's worth doing a test to see, if you're planning to use it for something. 
This information can also affect how vignetting correction is applied in the 
"lens correction" module, for lenses that have been profiled at more than 
infinity (not all that many, currently).

-- 
jys

> BR
> Matej
> On 2018-02-23 16:18, Carlos Arigós wrote:
> > Hola
> >
> > What does the expression: 'focus distance' mean in the 'image 
> > information' tab ...?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Carlos
> >
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