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How to change focal length in Blender

Blender tutorial shows how to change focal length in Blender. In Blender, the default focal length in viewport and in camera are 50mm. We can change the focus length for our settings. In the first part of this tutorial, we  go through how to change focal length for viewport, and the second part, we will go through how to change focal length for camera view. Steps are easy to follow for Blender beginners. I hope this helps. More Blender Tutorial are available here.

How to change focal length in Blender

To change focal length for viewport,
1. Open side panel with shortcut N,
2. Switch to View Tab,
3. Find Focal length and adjust the value.

To change focal length for camera view,
1. Select camera
2. Go to Object Data Properties,
3. Under Lens settings, we can find focal length, and adjust.

Here is a video tutorial that demonstrates visually how to change focal length in Blender, I hope this helps.
Watch Blender Tutorial Video on YouTube at below,

Timestamp
0:00
Intro – How to change focal length in Blender
0:10 Shortcut N to show side panel for view setting
0:24 Change focal length for viewport
0:44 Set Camera as View
0:56 Change focal length for camera view

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