Abstract

As a unit magnification imaging device, we investigated a roof mirror lens array. A prototype of the unit magnification imaging device was made in an integrally elongated form by plastic molding. With this prototype, a high resolution imaging device with a F/2 range was attained, which can be employed for both area scanning and line scanning.

© 1985 Optical Society of America

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