The use of annular color filters as a tool to modify the polychromatic response of an optical system is investigated. The introduction of filters with transmission that depends on the wavelength produces a significant modification of the chromaticity response. In contrast, the position in the pupil of the annuli in which the color filters are placed modifies mainly the illuminance response. The influence of different types of annular color filter on the transverse and axial responses of the aberration-free system is studied. © 1995 Optical Society of America.
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- Polychromatic image
Escalera, J. C., Yzuel, M. J., & Campos, J. (1995). Control of the polychromatic response of an optical system through the use of annular color filters. Applied Optics, 34, 1655-1663. https://doi.org/10.1364/AO.34.001655