1 June 1995 Two-optical-component method for designing zoom system
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Abstract
A new method is presented to solve a zoom system in which the lenses are divided into two combined units, and each combined unit is defined as an optical component. It is shown that most zoom systems can be considered as two-component systems and can be solved using principal plane techniques of optical component, and the first-order zoom system design is thus made easier. The theory with some examples are described.
Mau-Shiun Yeh, Shin-Guo Shiue, Mao-Hong Lu, "Two-optical-component method for designing zoom system," Optical Engineering 34(6), (1 June 1995). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.203091
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