Abstract

This paper gives recommendations concerning the composition of the layout and an estimate of the basic size relationships of a long-focus periscope-type refraction–diffraction objective. The efficiency of using these recommendations is demonstrated by the results of designing an objective whose refraction lenses are made from optical plastic of just two easy-to-fabricate, commercially available types. A diffraction lens is introduced into the objective in order to simultaneously minimize the primary chromatism along with the third- and higher-order chromatic and monochromatic aberrations.

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