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Characterization and correction of chromatic aberrations in multi-spectral digital holographic microscopy

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Abstract

We analyzed the chromatic aberration-induced defocus and related optical magnification changes in multi-spectral digital holographic microscopy from 500 nm to 1700 nm. We demonstrate that both effects can be compensated numerically after a single calibration.

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