Low-shading lenses improve image quality

Low shading LS 16--64-mm optics lenses are for application with high-resolution sensors. Microlenses in front of CCD arrays cause vignetting due to divergent rays at the image plane. This effect is avoided with low shading lenses. Image quality is improved with the use of high-quality, abnormal glasses. Each system has 9--12 lenses. All lenses have a variable iris and variable focus.

Low shading LS 16--64-mm optics lenses are for application with high-resolution sensors. Microlenses in front of CCD arrays cause vignetting due to divergent rays at the image plane. This effect is avoided with low shading lenses. Image quality is improved with the use of high-quality, abnormal glasses. Each system has 9--12 lenses. All lenses have a variable iris and variable focus.
Ing-Buro Klaus Eckerl
Hutthurm, Germany
www.ibe-optics.com

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