A low frequency Modulation Transfer Function Camera has been designed and constructed. Areal sinusoidal targets are imaged through a cylindrical lens and an objective lens to form transmission sinusoidal images. Modulation is changed by varying the background illumination. The range of available frequencies is from .3 to 30 cycles per millimeter, and the modulations available are 25, 33 44, 55 and 64%.
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Bozenhard, Howard and Covey, Jerry, "Design and construction of a low frequency mtf camera" (1975). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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