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  • Principles and Types of Optical PrismsA prism is a transparent object surrounded by two planes that intersect but are not parallel to each other, used to split or disperse light beams. Prisms are polyhedrons made of transparent materials ...view
  • What is the Function of Laser Collimating Lens?Semiconductor lasers have the advantages of low cost, long life, small size, and high reliability, and have broad application prospects in industrial processing, pumping, medical treatment, and commun...view
  • Notes on Using Anamorphic LensThe main reason for using digitally anamorphic widescreen is its other effects. Lens flares and out-of-focus backgrounds ("bokeh") will appear long rather than round (unless the lens has a s...view
  • What Are the Effects of Anamorphic Lens?Ⅰ. The effects of the anamorphic lensThe bokeh effect of the anamorphic lens has another distinctive feature. If it is a telephoto anamorphic lens, you can also get the shallow depth of field that a ...view
  • Why Do We Choose to Shoot with an Anamorphic Lens?Well, stop trying in Photoshop or Lightroom and start looking at the lenses you use. With anamorphic lens, you can get the cinematic look you want.Ⅰ. What is an anamorphic lens?Cinematographers use a...view
  • What Are the Effects of Fisheye Lens?Ⅰ. What are fisheye lenses?A fisheye lens is a type of super wide-angle lens that aims to view as far as the human eye can perceive, if not farther. However, there is a significant difference, becaus...view
  • Do You Know Anything About Achromatic Lenses?Ⅰ. About Apochromatic LensesAn apochromatic lens is made up of two optical components that are cemented together: a positive low refractive index and a negative high refractive index. In comparison t...view
  • The Characteristics of Fisheye Lens and Suitable Scenes for ShootingⅠ. What are fisheye lenses?We all know that wide-angle lenses that are shorter than wide-angle lenses are ultra-wide-angle lenses, but what about ultra-wide-angle lenses that are shorter than ultra-w...view