Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate a 1-mm-thick near infrared camera comprised of a multi-level diffractive lens coupled with a conventional monochrome image sensor. We performed careful measurements of the point-spread function, the modulation transfer function, focusing efficiency, aberrations, and the field of view of the camera.

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20 May 2020: A typographical correction was made to the author listing.


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