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A lenslet is literally a small lens. The fact that distinguishes it from a small lens is that it is part of a lenslet array. A lenslet array consists of a set of lenslets in the same plane. Each lenslet normally has the same focal length.
- "Lenslet Arrays: Optipedia, Free optics information from SPIE". SPIE. December 22, 2015.
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