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acutance

[ uh-kyoot-ns ]
/ əˈkyut ns /
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noun
a measure of the sharpness with which a film can reproduce the edge of an object.
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Origin of acutance

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British Dictionary definitions for acutance

acutance
/ (əˈkjuːtəns) /

noun
a physical rather than subjective measure of the sharpness of a photographic image
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