PS14_2005 - OPTI 201R, Fall 2005 Problem Set XIV Due...

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OPTI 201R, Fall 2005 Problem Set XIV Due November 30, 2005 11/23/05 1 of 2 XIV.1 The rays traced below are pseudo-marginal and pseudo-chief rays for a particular system (i.e. the actual marginal and chief rays can be obtained by scaling them appropriately): a) What are the correct values for the marginal ray? b) For a FFOV of 20 degrees, show the chief ray trace table. c) For the 20 degree FFOV, which surfaces vignette? -P t/n y 3 2.744 1.260 .9087 .7545 .4508 nu 0 -.1297 -.24739 -.19298 -.1537 -.1537 -.1630 y 0 .1978 .9719 1.137 1.465 1.84 nu .1 .091 .1237 .1657 .1657 .1354 CA 8 9 9 7 7 7 CA/y XIV.2 If a camera lens of 30 mm diameter is F/4 and is used to focus an object 15 cm away, what is the working F/#?
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OPTI 201R, Fall 2005 Problem Set XIV Due November 30, 2005 11/23/05 2 of 2 For problems XIV.3 to XIV.10, set up the paraxial ray trace for the lens shown on the attached sheet. Keep 5 significant figures in tour results and avoid rounding during the ray trace.
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