color aberration


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color aberration

[′kəl·ər ab·ə′rā·shən]
(electronics)
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They carry out color coated product same color aberration which is difficult to control and ensure that in user's same project ordering, there will be no obvious chromatic aberration.
To minimize color aberration, it incorporates an extra-low dispersion lens that is often used in interchangeable lenses for single-lens reflex cameras.
With 15x image magnification and a 22-degree field of view, the viewfinder generates large, vivid color images with minimal distortion or color aberration.
Apochromatic correction is maintained in both the objective lens and the opticalzoom system, virtually eliminating color aberrations.