Abstract

Before correcting a lens system for aberrations of the meridian section, it is economical to reach desired values for the power, Petzval sum, and longitudinal chromatic aberration. Approximate values derived from the equivalent doublet can be rapidly refined by an iterative paraxial trace method.

© 1955 Optical Society of America

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