Infinite/Infinite Conjugate

A conjugate distance relationship that takes collimated light, changes the beam diameter according to the magnification, and emits collimated light. In terms of imaging, the object is placed at infinity (defined as the distance at which light rays can be considered collimated) in relation to the optical elements and relayed an infinite distance. No image is formed, but can be with the introduction of a secondary infinite/ finite conjugate design system.

See also Conjugate Distance , Double-Concave (DCV) Lens , Plano-Concave (PCV) Lens

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