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Is it possible to find Plano-Concave (PCV) or Double Concave (DCV) lenses where the diameter is greater than the focal length?

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Plano-Concave (PCV) Lens

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What is the difference between an achromatic cylinder lens and a standard plano-convex (PCX) cylinder lens?

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Optotune Focus-Tunable Lenses Review

Optotune Focus-Tunable lenses feature a liquid polymer substrate with continuous focusability.

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How can you determine the diameter and ring thickness of the beam created with a Plano-Convex (PCX) Axicon Lens?

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Double-Concave (DCV) Lens

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What are the benefits of aspheric lenses compared to standard singlet lenses?

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Plano-Convex (PCX) Lens

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Cinema Lenses, The Age of Streaming, and Aspheres

Cinema lenses designed to create content tailored for online streaming utilize aspheres to shoot with a shallow depth of field while maintaining quality.

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What are aspheric condenser lenses?

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Future of Spherical Lenses

Traditional spherical lenses are evolving due to the increasing demands of applications. Learn about the future of spherical lenses at Edmund Optics.

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Sensors and Lenses

Imaging lenses and sensors must be paired together with special attention.

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Trending Liquid Lenses in Imaging

Quickly Autofocus and Overcome Depth of Field Limitations

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Ruggedized Imaging Lenses

Not all ruggedized imaging lenses feature the same type of ruggedization. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of each type at Edmund Optics.

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All About Aspheric Lenses

Learn all about the benefits of aspheres, their unique anatomy, how they're manufactured, and how to choose the right one for your system.

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Achromatic Lenses Review

Learn about EO's most popular family of optical lenses and discover if achromatic lenses are ideal for your next application.

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Liquid Lens Telecentric Lenses

Image Quality of a Telecentric with the Flexibility of a Liquid Lens

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Why plastic aspheric lenses?

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Can ruggedization make lenses waterproof?

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What are M12 (S-Mount) lenses?

M12 or S-Mount lenses are a type of compact imaging lens used in space-constrained applications.

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Ruggedized Imaging Lenses

Edmund Optics® manufactures several different types of ruggedized imaging lens assemblies.

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Aspheric Lenses Review

What is an aspheric lens? In what applications are aspheric lenses used?

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What are the different types of aspheric lenses?

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Imaging Performance of Telecentric Lenses

Telecentric lenses eliminate perspective and measurement error, and are ideal for measurement and gauging applications.

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Types of Machine Vision Lenses

Fixed focal length, zoom, and macro lenses are all variable magnification lenses. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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Liquid Lenses Basics

Imaging lens performance can be enhanced with the use of liquid lenses. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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Are there any disadvantages to Polarization Directed Lenses?

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Large Field of View Telecentric Lenses

Large field of view telecentric imaging lenses allow for reduction of measurement and inspection time. Learn more about large FOV lenses at Edmund Optics.

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Ruggedization of Imaging Lenses

Have an application in a demanding environment? Learn about the different types of ruggedization: industrial, ingress protection, and stability at Edmund Optics.

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Understanding Ball Lenses

Have a question about ball lenses? Find more information about these optical components including essential equations and application examples at Edmund Optics.

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