Abstract

A part of the schematic in Fig. 1 was incorrect. The correct version is presented herein.

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A part of Fig. 1 in [1] was incorrect; it is corrected below. The scanning mirror in Fig. 1 of [1] is replaced with a double-sided mirror whose normal direction is also scanned two-dimensionally. The propagation direction of the plane wave which illuminates the object is scanned by the obverse side of the double-sided scanning mirror. The 0-order light transmitted through the object is reflected by the reverse side of the scanning mirror, resulting in the identical direction of the 0-order light irrespective of the scanning mirror angle.

 

Fig. 1. Schematic of the setup of the 3-D phase contrast holographic microscopy. BS: Beam splitter. λ/2 : Half wave plate. λ/4 : Quarter wave plate. PBS: Polarized beam splitter.

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1. N. Fukutake and T. D. Milster, “Proposal of three-dimensional phase contrast holographic microscopy,” Opt. Express 15, 12662 (2007). [CrossRef]   [PubMed]  

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  1. N. Fukutake and T. D. Milster, "Proposal of three-dimensional phase contrast holographic microscopy," Opt. Express 15, 12662 (2007).
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Schematic of the setup of the 3-D phase contrast holographic microscopy. BS: Beam splitter. λ/2 : Half wave plate. λ/4 : Quarter wave plate. PBS: Polarized beam splitter.

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