folded optics...


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GavinTing

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Interesting.. So instead of becoming longer, it's becoming wider :bsmilie:
 

zac08

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Pretty interesting...

but it's fixed aperture and the end result seems pretty small.. only for tiny sensors
 

lsisaxon

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Interesting.. So instead of becoming longer, it's becoming wider :bsmilie:
Folded optics is not new. Just that this time, it can be folded multiple times because of advances in ray tracing software.
 

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yup they said it was an updated approach to folded optics.
well they're still at the prototype stage, grinding away at their salt crystal :)
 

roygoh

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Probably will have fixed aperture as in a mirror lens. Also, bright spots will be rendered as donuts when our of focus?
 

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