Double Gauss lens

Definition: Family of lenses used to create fast lenses of symmetrical construction on either side of the aperture stop, offering good correction with flat field and wide to medium fields of view. * Based on the Gauss group -- a pair of meniscus or concavo-convex lenses. * First developed in 1896.

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