Definition of Anastigmatic lens
1. Noun. A lens designed to correct astigmatism.
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Literary usage of Anastigmatic lens
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1. Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled: A Narrative of Winter Travel in Interior by Hudson Stuck (1914)
"With an anastigmatic lens working at, say f. 6-3, and with a " speed" film (glass plates are utterly out of the question on ..."
2. A First Book of the Lens: An Elementary Treatise on the Action and Use of by C Welborne Piper (1901)
"Tims an anastigmatic lens may possess curvature of the field (see Sec. 55), and Ross, Concentric lens may be described as anastigmatic, it being free from ..."
3. The American Amateur Photographer (1904)
"It is well known that an anastigmatic lens may by careless handling be so decentred as to lose that valuable quality, hence, especially in the buying of ..."
4. The Dictionary of Photography for the Amateur and Professional Photographer by Edward John Wall (1902)
"We have recommended the symmetrical doublet lens, or else the anastigmatic lens, for all-round work of the amateur as the most suitable lens, ..."
5. Jena Glass and Its Scientific and Industrial Applications: And Its by Heinrich Hovestadt (1902)
"An anastigmatic lens of 350 mm. focus is shown in fig. 11, on about ^- scale. It gives a bright image, and the angle of field is more than 8ii°. F1G. ii. ..."