1 March 1969 Photo - Optics Note Book 26. Optical Formulary
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TELEPHOTO LENS - a positive front component widely separated from a negative rear component. The second principal plane lies outside the end of the system. Its advantage is compactness in the lens barrel length for a given focal length (f). A normal lens gives better definition and covers a wider field at a higher relative aperture than a telephoto lens.
Herman C. Schepler, "Photo - Optics Note Book 26. Optical Formulary," Optical Engineering 7(3), 070375 (1 March 1969). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971512 . Submission:
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