How is the clarity of the image formed on the retina?

The clarity of the image is formed by the lens, the curvature of which is regulated by the contraction of the ciliary muscles. The image on the retina appears to be real, reduced, inverted and looks most clear if it falls on the area of the macula, where the maximum number of cones is located.

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