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  1. R. Kingslake, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 32, 129 (1942).
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Rayton’s modification of the Metrogon lens. U.S. 2,325,275.

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Kodak 4″ and 13 1 2 f:3.5 Ektar lens. U.S. 2,279,384 (Altman).

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Kodak 7″ and 12″ f:2.5 Ektar lens. U.S. 2,343,627 (Aklin).

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Kodak 8″ f:1.5 Ektar lens. U.S. 2,397,565 (Schade).

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The Tessar type of construction. Used for 6 3 8 f:4.8, 10″ f:4.5, 12″ f:5.0, 24″ f:6.0.

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Bausch and Lomb 20″ f:5.6 Telephoto. U.S. 2,390,387 (Rayton and Hudson).

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Wollensak 15″ f:5.6 Telephoto.

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Bausch and Lomb 8 1 4 f:4 Altimar lens.

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Harvard University 40″ f:5 Telephoto.

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Bausch and Lomb 40″ f:8 Telephoto.

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Bausch and Lomb 40″ f:5.6 Telephoto.

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Curves of resolving power against density for a typical aerial pan emulsion.

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Table II Change in focus from ∞ setting.