Abstract

A discussion of the effect on the primary monochromatic aberrations of moving the stop or the object for a system of axially symmetric curved Fresnel surfaces is presented. Mathematical expressions, which are generalizations of similar results for non-Fresnel systems, for the changes in the aberrations are derived.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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