The basic design of a camera has remained unchanged for centuries. To acquire an image, light from the scene under view is focused onto a photosensitive surface using a lens. Over the years, the photosensitive surface has evolved from a photographic film to an array of digital sensors. However, lenses remain an integral part of modern imaging systems in a broad range of applications.
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