coated lens

coated lens

[′kōd·əd ′lenz]
(optics)
A lens whose surfaces have been coated with a thin, transparent film having an index of refraction that minimizes light loss by reflection.
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And Revision Rx Corrective Vision Inserts Through A Scratch Resistant Polycarbonate Anti-fog Coated Lens.
Each rabbit wore a coated lens in one eye and an uncoated lens in the other eye.
The selenium in one coated lens is about 1 percent the amount in a typical U.
The Rifleman, with the Rifleman Ballistics Reticle, retails for $275, and includes the Leupold fully coated lens system-for the clear, bright view Leupold aficionados are familiar with, along with windage and elevation adjustments in half-MOA increments, and a total adjustment range of 52 MOA for each.
For example, to retain an LTF of 70%, an AR coated lens can include about 30% absorption whereas an uncoated lens can only include about 20% absorption (depending on the index of the lens material and the quality of the coating).
The coated lens will be available initially only in the consumer eyewear market through Carl Zeiss Optical (i.