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Distortion

Distortion is an individual aberration that misplaces information but can be calculated or mapped out of an image. Learn more about distortion at Edmund Optics.

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Testing and Targets

Discover the different types of testing targets and their ideal applications, advantages, limitations, equations, and examples at Edmund Optics.

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EO Imaging Lab 2.1: Distortion

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Distortion

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Distortion and Telecentricity

Elimination of parallax and distortion play a large role in determining the quality of certain telecentric lenses. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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The Impact of Distortion

Nick Sischka explains distortion in this hands-on demonstration from the Edmund Optics 2021 Imaging Innovation Summit.

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What is the difference between the two types of 1951 USAF Glass Resolution Targets that you offer?

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Distortion, Non-Monotonic

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Choosing the Correct Test Target

Do you have a question about test targets? Find out how to choose the correct test target for your system along with application examples at Edmund Optics.

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How I do select the correct testing target for my electronic imaging system (camera & lens)?

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1951 USAF Resolution Calculator

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Targeted Test

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The Big Picture

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Don't overspecify machine-vision cameras

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Complex circuits challenge cameras

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Lens quality is key in machine vision

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Lens choices get more complicated

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Smaller sensor pixels challenge lens design

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How do I use the USAF resolution target?

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Resolution and MTF Testing

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Lens Design Targets Flat-Panel Inspection

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I recently removed an optical low pass filter from my digital camera. Do you have any suggestions on how to measure its Modulation Transfer Function (MTF)?

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Is there a technical difference between a positive and a negative resolution target?

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Comparison of Optical Aberrations

Trying to understand optical aberrations? Check out how to identify aberrations and view examples at Edmund Optics.

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What design parameters should I use for a custom Off-Axis Parabolic Mirror?

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Resolution and Contrast Comparison

Learn how Edmund Optics maintains optical performance across the entire image plane through this resolution and contrast comparison using our C Series FFL lens.

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Integration of Optical Systems

Are you looking to use integration in your next system? Find out more about integrating in both imaging and non-imaging applications at Edmund Optics.

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How does a schlieren testing system work?

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Laser Damage Threshold Testing

Testing laser induced damage threshold (LIDT) is not standardized, so understanding how your optics were tested is critical for predicting performance.

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Introduction to Modulation Transfer Function

Want to know more about the Modular Transfer Function? Learn about the components, understanding, importance, and characterization of MTF at Edmund Optics.

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