Abstract

In this paper the authors discuss the pros and cons of telephoto lenses of old types and a series of improved old types, showing several examples of these. They then describe a series of newly-designed distortionless telephoto lenses consisting of five types with apertures of 1/4.5 to 1/2.8 and covering an angle of approximately 25°.

© 1956 Optical Society of America

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