apochromatic


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apochromatic

 [ap″o-kro-mat´ik]
free from chromatic aberration.

apochromatic

/apo·chro·mat·ic/ (-kro-mat´ik) free from chromatic and spherical aberrations.

apochromatic

(ap″ŏ-krō-mat′ik) [ apo- + chromatic]
Free from spherical and chromatic aberrations.
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Reducing this flaw requires turning to premium apochromatic refractors, which employ exotic and expensive glass.
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Apochromatic lenses correct chromatic aberration for three wavelengths of light, often used in super-telephoto lenses.
The unit in question is the 102-mm model from their new line of premium apochromatic refractors that all feature a triplet lens with an element made of the new Hoya FCD100 glass.
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For instance, one might put an apochromatic refractor onto a heavyweight equatorial mount for astrophotography but use the same scope on a lightweight altazimuth mount for airplane travel.
Alternatively, exotic substances such as fluorite may be substituted for one or more of the lens elements, resulting in an apochromatic doublet.
The Stellarvue SVA-130T triplet apochromatic refractor is a premium refractor built to last a lifetime--and then some.
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The expense of completing my master's degree forced me to sell most of them, but I think I've come up with the perfect urban telescope: a 3-inch apochromatic (highly color-corrected) refractor on an altazimuth mount (one that simply moves up and down and side to side) with slow-motion controls and a simple sighting device.
The camera incorporates a 4x zoom, all glass, apochromatic Minolta GT LENS with anomalous dispersion (AD) glass for color accuracy and dual aspherical elements which, combined with a 2.
The light next goes "backward" through a Meade 152ED f/9 apochromatic refractor, which acts like a 1,368-mm eyepiece and recollimates the beam.