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An anamorphic lens is a lens, usually having one or more cylindrical surfaces, used to produce distorted images and later to restore them to true form.
Diverse Optics Inc. - Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Diverse Optics manufactures custom precision polymer optic components and assemblies. Core processes include injection molding, single-point diamond turning (SPDT), optomechanical design, metrology, assembly, bonding, and thin-film coating. Transforms optical systems from expensive, heavy, and...
Hellma USA, Inc., Sub. of Hellma GmbH & Co. KG - Plainview, NY
Manufactures and supplies Hellma cells, fiber optic probes, photometric calibration standards, flat and cylindrical optics and accessories for lasers, spectrophotometers and fluorometers. Supplies Heraeus light sources including vacuum UV, deuterium, hollow cathode, PID spectral calibration and...
R. Mathews Optical Works Inc. - Poulsbo, WA
Manufacturer of custom precision aspheric lenses. Volume aspheric lens production capabilities from 10- to 200-mm diameter from standard and high-index glasses. Specialty precision optical prototypes and unusual designs from all optical materials are available.
Beijing Glass Research Institute - Beijing, China
Britek Laser Optics, Inc. - Cerritos, CA
Dyna Technologies, Inc. - Sanford, FL
Harold Johnson Optical Laboratories, Inc. - Gardena, CA
OptoPrecision GmbH - Bremen, Germany
Rochester Precision Optics (RPO) - West Henrietta, NY
A lens, usually having one or more cylindrical surfaces, used to produce distorted images and later to restore them to true form.
A term used to denote a difference in magnification along mutually perpendicular meridians. Anamorphic systems are basically image-distorting systems, such as those used in motion pictures, that compress a scene laterally in the camera and expand it...
An optical system with different focal lengths or magnification levels in perpendicular planes to the optical axis.
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