Understanding fundamentals of imaging lenses

Hollows, Greg
January 2005
Vision Systems Design;Jan2005, Vol. 10 Issue 1, Special Section pD3
Focuses on fundamental parameters to be considered in the selection of imaging lenses. Information on field of view of lenses; Formulas in solving for the primary magnification of lens; Aspect ratio for imaging arrays; Importance of resolution in the selection of camera and lens.


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