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  • Scheimpflug effect
    • (Login hhegde)
      Posted Feb 13, 2007 2:14 PM

      I was so impressed by TM's use of this term that I had to look it up...

      Assuming the image is in focus, the classic configuration of the subject, image, and lens planes has all three of these planes parallel. Scheimpflug, however, pointed out that the image could also be in focus if these three planes intersect along a single line (which appears as a point in the accompanying two-dimensional diagram).

      http://drhegdedental.com/cgi-bin/ddwrap/ddwrap.cgi?rt=wrap&path=gallery/For_Purists/Scheimpflug-1.bmp

      http://drhegdedental.com/cgi-bin/ddwrap/ddwrap.cgi?rt=wrap&path=gallery/For_Purists/Scheimpflug-2.bmp

      Harish
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