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  1. The substance of an Invited Paper given at the Annual Meeting of the Optical Society of America, October, 1933.
  2. M. Born, Optik. (Springer), page 101.
  3. A. E. Conrady, Applied Optics and Optical Design, (Oxford), page 343.
  4. L. C. Martin, Applied Optics, Vol. I, page 139.
  5. Waterhouse, Proc. Opt. Convention1905, p. 115.
  6. Booth, Proc. Opt. Convention1926, 861–877.
  7. Proc. Opt. Convention1926, 878.

Booth,

Booth, Proc. Opt. Convention1926, 861–877.

Born, M.

M. Born, Optik. (Springer), page 101.

Conrady, A. E.

A. E. Conrady, Applied Optics and Optical Design, (Oxford), page 343.

Martin, L. C.

L. C. Martin, Applied Optics, Vol. I, page 139.

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The substance of an Invited Paper given at the Annual Meeting of the Optical Society of America, October, 1933.

M. Born, Optik. (Springer), page 101.

A. E. Conrady, Applied Optics and Optical Design, (Oxford), page 343.

L. C. Martin, Applied Optics, Vol. I, page 139.

Waterhouse, Proc. Opt. Convention1905, p. 115.

Booth, Proc. Opt. Convention1926, 861–877.

Proc. Opt. Convention1926, 878.

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Fig. 1

Some portrait lens types.

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Fig. 2

Path of rays through a landscape lens.

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Fig. 3

Effect of bending a simple landscape lens.

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Fig. 4

Astigmatism. Relation between Petzval surface and image curves.

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Fig. 5

Early landscape and wide-angle types. (Not corrected for spherical aberration.)

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Fig. 6

The chief anastigmat types.

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Fig. 7

Some telephoto lenses.

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Fig. 8

Aberration and field curves.

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S p h * = S p h , C o m a * = C o m a + K · S p h , A s t * = A s t + 2 K · C o m a + K 2 · S p h , P t z * = P t z , D i s t * = D i s t + 1 2 K · P t z + 3 K · A s t + 3 K 2 · C o m a + K 2 · S p h .
( V / N ) a ( 1 - m ) 2 = ( V / N ) b .