Abstract

A new CIE daylight D65 filter has been developed for a quartz–halogen source operating at a color temperature in the region of 3000 K. The filter is a serial type comprising optical filter glasses and multilayer thin-film stacks. Extremely close agreement is obtained between the spectral-power distribution associated with the filter–source combination and that of daylight D65.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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