Abstract

A series of triplet objectives have been corrected to the same third-order values and compared by computing the fifth-order aberrations. The calculations show that the most symmetrical solutions have reduced fifth-order coma but have an inward curving, high-order astigmatism.

© 1962 Optical Society of America

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