Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? This second edition describes current techniques for fashioning single-element lenses, two-element achromats, air-spaced triplets and complex wide-angle and zoom lenses. More than 30 types of lens design systems are covered. New information is presented on mechanically and optically compensated zoom lenses for use in television, photography, projection and microscopy. Optical computer programs that solve numerous lens design problems are provided on an IBM-compatible disk.

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Lens Design. Milton Laikin. There is no shortage of lens optimization software on the market to deal with today's complex optical systems for all sorts of custom and standardized applications. But all of these software packages share one critical flaw: you still have to design a starting solution.

Continuing the bestselling tradition of the author's previous books, Lens Design, Fourth Edition is still the most complete and reliable guide for detailed design information and procedures for a wide range of optical systems. Milton Laikin draws on his varied and extensive experience, ranging from innovative cinematographic and special-effects optical systems to infrared and underwater lens systems, to cover a vast range of special-purpose optical systems and their detailed design and analysis.

This edition has been updated to replace obsolete glass types and now includes several new designs and sections on stabilized systems, the human eye, spectrographic systems, and diffractive systems. Filled with sage advice and completely illustrated, Lens Design, Fourth Edition supplies hands-on guidance for the initial design and final optimization for a plethora of commercial, consumer, and specialized optical systems.

Chapter 2 The Achromatic Doublet. Chapter 3 The AirSpaced Triplet. Chapter 4 Triplet Modifications. Chapter 5 Petzval Lenses. Chapter 7 Telephoto Lenses. Chapter 8 Inverted Telephoto Lens. Chapter 26 The Achromatic Wedge. Chapter 28 Anamorphic Attachments. Chapter 29 Illumination Systems. Chapter 30 Lenses for Aerial Photography. Chapter 31 RadiationResistant Lenses. Chapter 32 Lenses for Microprojection. Chapter 9 VeryWideAngle Lenses. Chapter 10 Eyepieces.

Chapter 11 Microscope Objectives. Chapter 12 InWater Lenses. Chapter 13 Afocal Optical Systems. Chapter 14 Relay Lenses. Chapter 15 Catadioptric and Mirror Optical Systems. Chapter 16 Periscope Systems. Chapter 17 IR Lenses.

Chapter 18 Ultraviolet Lenses and Optical Lithography. Chapter 19 FTheta Scan Lenses. Chapter 20 Endoscope. Chapter 21 Enlarging and Copying Lenses. Chapter 22 Projection Lenses. Chapter 23 Telecentric Systems. Chapter 25 HeadsUp Display Lenses.

Chapter 35 Mechanically Compensated Zoom Lenses. Chapter 36 Optically Compensated Zoom Lens. Chapter 37 Copy Lenses with Variable Magnification. Chapter 38 Variable Focal Length Lenses. Chapter 39 GradientIndex Lenses. Chapter 40 Stabilized Optical Systems. Chapter 41 The Human Emmetropic Eye.

Chapter 42 Spectrographic Systems. Chapter 43 Diffractive Systems. Back cover. Chapter 1 The Method of Lens Design. Appendix A. Appendix B. Appendix C. Appendix D. Lens Design Optical Science and Engineering.


Lens Design

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