Folded optics

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Folded optics is an optical system in which the beam is bent in a way to make the optical path much longer than the size of the system. Prismatic binoculars are a well-known example.

An early conventional film (35 mm) camera was designed by Tessina that used the concept of folded optics.

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  • "Origami Lens Slims High Resolution Cameras". Retrieved 28 July 2016. — Origami Lens