Definition of Anastigmats
1. anastigmat [n] - See also: anastigmat
Medical Definition of Anastigmats
1. 1. Lenses in which astigmatism is corrected. 2. Lenses in which both astigmatism and field curvature are corrected. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Anastigmats
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Complete Photographer by Roger Child Bayley (1906)
"CHAPTER VII THE LENS IN USE The portrait lens—Single lenses—Using half a doublet lens—"Convertible" anastigmats of two and three ..."
2. Photographic Surveying, Including the Elements of Descriptive Geometry and by E Deville, Édouard Gaston Daniel Deville (1895)
"anastigmats. The lens of a surveying camera must be free from distortion ... The special features of the anastigmats cannot be illustrated better than by ..."
3. Optics for Photographers by Hans Harting (1918)
"anastigmats ON WHAT ASTIGMATISM DEPENDS.— An important characteristic of the great group of photographic objectives just considered is a position of the ..."
4. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1896)
"Regarding the optical qualities of the lenses, the single anastigmats are free ... The Convertible Doublets (two single anastigmats) stand alone in covering ..."
5. The American Amateur Photographer (1906)
"There are now on the market several anastigmats of the highest class which ... An actual example of the power of these convertible anastigmats may be given. ..."
6. Camera (1907)
"It is this feature that enables the makers to claim so confidently the greater speed of Cooke anastigmats as compared with others of equal focus and ..."
7. Contributions to Photographic Optics by Otto Lummer (1900)
"With respect to the correction of the components of Series Vila., what was previously said of the convertible anastigmats of Series Via. applies directly to ..."