Abstract

This paper gives a definition of the decentering of optical surfaces of revolution of spherical and nonspherical shape that constitute an optical system and determines how decentering the surfaces affects the position of the resulting image. The relationships presented here can be used for both refractive and reflective surfaces.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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