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Save The "Opic" type double Gauss design with optical ray traces The double Gauss lens is a compound lens used mostly in camera lenses that reduces optical aberrations over a large focal plane. Design Development of the Double Gauss The double Gauss lens consists of two back-to-back Gauss lenses a design with a positive meniscus lens on the object side and a negative meniscus lens on the image side making two positive meniscus lenses on the outside with two negative meniscus lenses inside them.
The symmetry of the system and the splitting of the optical power into many elements reduces the optical aberrations within the system. There are many variations of the design. Sometimes extra lens elements are added.
The basic lens type is one of the most developed and utilized photographic lenses. Modern super wide aperture models can have eight or more elements.
The Double Gauss was likely the most intensively studied lens formula of the twentieth century, producing dozens of major variants, scores of minor variants, hundreds of marketed lenses and tens of millions of unit sales.
History The original two element Gauss was a telescope objective lens consisting of closely spaced positive and negative menisci, invented in Carl Friedrich Gauss as an improvement to the Fraunhofer Achromatic telescope objective lens by adding a meniscus lens to its single convex and concave lens design.
Further improvement was done by Lee inthe Super Speed Panchro. Several contemporaneous competing, but less famous lenses, were similar to the Biotar, such as Albrecht Tronnier's Schneider XenonGermany. By enlarging the rear group significantly compared to a Double-Gauss type of more traditional focal lengththe field of view was increased while keeping the aperture relatively large- making it, for a time, the fastest 28mm lens available for 35mm cameras by a large margin.
Zoom lenses dominated the s and 90s, and so, there were few new Double Gauss normal lenses. Zooms continue to dominate the digital era, but many new prestige low production Double Gauss lenses have appeared.
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