Abstract

A theoretical analysis of properties of an objective composed of three thin lenses is described in this paper. The formulas for the calculation of parameters of the three-lens objective are derived and the procedure for calculation of the shape of individual lenses of the objective is described using the third-order aberration theory. The application of the described analysis is presented in an example of the design of the three-lens objective.

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