1 December 1974 Catadioptric Magnifier
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Abstract
The catadioptric magnifier* provides inherently larger viewing space than conventional lens magnifiers. This makes it more comfortable and convenient to use for tasks requiring both high magnification and wide field of view, such as reading microfilm with 28 cm X 36 cm computer printout recorded at 48-fold linear reduction.
Helmut Weiss, Helmut Weiss, } "Catadioptric Magnifier," Optical Engineering 13(6), 136550 (1 December 1974). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7978723 . Submission:
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