Abstract

It is shown that the use of basic lenses with aspheric surfaces makes it possible to create various types of optical systems. Designs are proposed for ophthalmic objectives based on the use of basic aspheric lenses with compensated spherical and field aberrations. Ophthalmic objectives have been developed with two aspheric high-refraction correction surfaces with refraction from 80 to 116 diopters and a field of view 2ω from 90° to 118°.

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