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  • Projection Lenses and Their BenefitsProjection lenses play an important role in modern society. When combined with a projector, these lenses allow people to view a 2D image on a screen by magnifying it and projecting it onto a distant s...view
  • What Are Micro Lenses? What Are the Characteristics?The purpose of macro photography is to try to show the details of the subject in detail, and to present the subtle parts in full detail. In macro photography, there is a term that must be recognized, ...view
  • The Difference Between Micro Lenses and Ordinary Lenses1. About micro lensesMicrolenses are actually lenses with higher magnification and optical qualities optimized for close-up photography. Usually, micro-lenses have a 1:1 magnification ratio, and gener...view
  • Tips for Using Micro LensesWe often use micro lenses to shoot some flowers, plants, insects and e-commerce products, and occasionally use micro lenses to shoot common subjects such as portraits. It can be said that there are st...view
  • 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