The history of optical design has engendered theoretical work originating in different countries, and using different nomenclature and sign conventions. Michael Kidger was adept at selecting topics that would be useful in the mainstream of optical design, reducing theory to the essentials and rewriting it using a common nomenclature and sign convention. This work, published after Kidger's death with the help of his colleagues, provides all the essential and best elements of his courses taught worldwide on lens and optical design.
- List of Symbols
- Geometrical Optics
- Paraxial Optics
- Ray Tracing
- Chromatic Aberration
- Seidel Aberrations
- Principles of Lens Design
- Achromatic Doublet Objectives
- Petzval Lenses and Telephoto Objectives
- Eyepieces and Afocal Systems
- Thermal Imaging Lenses
- Catadioptric Systems
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[[ [em]"I read my copy late last year and read it straight through, cover to cover. In fact, I read it no less than three times. Its elegant expositions, valuable insights, and up-front espousal of pre-design theory make it an outstanding work. It's in the same league with Conrady and Kingslake."[/em]--Warren Smith ]] --Warren Smith
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Descripción SPIE Publications, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110819439150