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  1. L. P. Clerc, Applications de la photographie aérienne, Chap. I.
  2. D. M. Reeves, Aerial Photography, p. 3.
  3. U. S. Patent1,309,798 (1919).
  4. A. H. Carlier, La photographie aérienne (1921) Chap. 2.
  5. Photography as a Scientific Implement (Blackie, 1923), Chap. 10.
  6. H. E. Ives, Airplane Photography (1920), p. 59.
  7. J. Opt. Soc. Am. 22, 111 (1932).
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  8. J. Opt. Soc. Am. 2, 34 (1919).
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  9. Reference 6, p. 387.

1932 (1)

1920 (1)

H. E. Ives, Airplane Photography (1920), p. 59.

1919 (1)

Carlier, A. H.

A. H. Carlier, La photographie aérienne (1921) Chap. 2.

Clerc, L. P.

L. P. Clerc, Applications de la photographie aérienne, Chap. I.

Ives, H. E.

H. E. Ives, Airplane Photography (1920), p. 59.

Reeves, D. M.

D. M. Reeves, Aerial Photography, p. 3.

Airplane Photography (1)

H. E. Ives, Airplane Photography (1920), p. 59.

J. Opt. Soc. Am. (2)

Other (6)

Reference 6, p. 387.

L. P. Clerc, Applications de la photographie aérienne, Chap. I.

D. M. Reeves, Aerial Photography, p. 3.

U. S. Patent1,309,798 (1919).

A. H. Carlier, La photographie aérienne (1921) Chap. 2.

Photography as a Scientific Implement (Blackie, 1923), Chap. 10.

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F. 1

Ross “Xpres.” Stuart and Hasselkus, British 29,637 (1913).

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F. 2

The four-piece airspaced lens (Aviar, Dogmar, Aerostigmat).

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F. 3

The Zeiss “Tessar” lens (Rudolph, U. S. 721,240).

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F. 4

The Triplet type of construction.

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F. 5a

The Goerz “Dagor” lens, German Patent 74,437 (1892).

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Zeiss “Orthometar,” Merté, U. S. 1,792,917 (1931); Ross “Wide-angle Xpres.” Hasselkus and Richmond U. S. 1,777,262, (1930).

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F. 6

Eastman Kodak 13 1 2 inch f/3.5 aviation lens. Altman, U. S. 1,880,394 (1932).

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A typical Telephoto lens (Booth, U. S. 1,480,929).

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a. Busch’s “Pantoskop” lens, f/30, 45° (1865). b. Von Höegh’s “Hypergon” lens, f/30, 67° D.R.P. 126,500 (1900). c. Richter’s “Topogon” lens, f/6.3, 45° D.R.P. 636,167 (1936).

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