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Not familiar with one of the terms we use when talking about magnifiers? This glossary can help.
The failure of a lens to bring all the rays of light to exact focus, causing a blue-red image.
A lens which corrects for chromatic aberration; transmits light that forms images practically free from prismatic colors.
A lens which corrects for spherical aberration and coma.
A defect in which the lens fails to unite rays of light from an external point at a single image point, thus giving an imperfect image or vision.
The inability of a lens to focus light of different colors at a simple point.
A corrected lens, named after its British inventor, Henry Coddington.
The blurred appearance or hazy border surrounding an object viewed through a lens which is not free from spherical aberration.
Describes a lens surface which is hollowed; interior of a curved surface.
Describes a lens surface that curves or is rounded outward.
A lens or lens system which corrects for aberrations; remedies deviations of light rays from object to eye to produce a clear, sharp image.
Optical alkali-lime glass having a low dispersion and usually a low index of refraction.
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