We have focused on rapid and efficient estimator to find object distance from hologram in order to reconstruct original image. Our approach to find it makes the estimator pre-trained through deep learning. Especially in off-axis holography configuration, our method eliminates the unnecessary factors and reduces information loss occurred by resizing image to plug into Convolution Neural Network (CNN). Training is performed on the generated images at several specific distances under various optical conditions and the accuracy of estimation is validated.

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