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  • The Slit Lamp
    A telescopic lens is based on a telescope and an object-side magnifying lens .
  • Transmission Electron Microscopy
    In equation 1.1, l is the wavelength of the radiation, m the refractive index of the viewing medium, and b the semi-angle of collection of the magnifying lens .
  • Lateral magnification matrix from the dioptric power matrix formalism in the paraxial case
    This situ- ation corresponds with a magnifying lens providing a (vir- tual) direct image (M > 0) with a size that doubles the object (|M| = 2).
  • Science of Microscopy
    Recent commercial spectrometers have more complex optics (better focusing capability and aberration correction of the magnification lenses ), new scintillator materials with improved transfer function, and improved transfer of the generated light between the scintillator and detector.
  • Handbook Of Biological Confocal Microscopy
    The actual test is to use the galvanometers at the very small scan angles appropriate to high-NA, low- magnification lenses .
  • The Undistort Lens
    For example, magnification lenses can be placed on .
  • The Glaucoma Book
    In clinical practice, the optic disc and RNFL are routinely assessed through either direct ophthalmoscopy or fundus bio- microscopy using high magnification lens (e.g., Volk 78D).
  • Strong biases in infrared-selected gravitational lenses
    The upper panels show the SLEDs for high- magnification lenses with µ > 10, while the lower panels show the SLEDs for more moderate magnifications of 2 < µ < 5; only a random sparse sample of 2 (10) percent of the lens configurations are…
  • High Speed Photomicrography
    …of field, exposure efficiency, working distance, and required exposure time are all reduced as optical magnification is increased, which severely taxes the skill and ingenuity of workers interested in recording any fast moving phenomena through the micro- scope or with magnifying lenses .
  • Compact Refractor Telescopes For The Thermal Infrared
    Excluding field aberrations, which naturally must be well corrected, the resolution performance of many low magnification lenses depends greatly on the spherical aberration .