23 August 1996 Hybrid imaging element: possibilites of aberration correction
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In the case of a single-element imaging system, aplanatic correction is of major importance. It can be achieved for single holographic lens, if recorded on a spherical surface. For this reason, however, a diffractive microstructure of high spatial frequency has to be recorded. From technological point of view, a combination of classic, glass lens giving most part of overall refractive power with a diffractive structure of relatively low spatial frequency acting as an aberration corrector seems to be more advantageous. In this paper the possibility of aplanatic correction if assuming that the object point is located in infinity and both refractive surfaces are spherical is analyzed.
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Leon Magiera, Leon Magiera, Jerzy Nowak, Jerzy Nowak, Marek Zajac, Marek Zajac, "Hybrid imaging element: possibilites of aberration correction", Proc. SPIE 2774, Design and Engineering of Optical Systems, (23 August 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.246663; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.246663
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