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Caution Fill in all input cells, even those related to non activated apertures.

Object NA is strictly positive and trictly smaller than the refraction index in the object space n_{ob}.

Image F/# is larger than 1/(2.n_{im}) (n_{im} being the refraction index in the image space).

Aperture diameter is strictly positive and smaller or equal to the diameter D of the surface defined as the aperture (D is defined in the mandatory parameters table).

Half angle is strictly positive. It is strictly smaller than 180° if the aperture surface is the surface number "1" otherwise it is strictly smaller than 85°.

Note that object NA and Half Angle can not be used if the object is at infinity. Also, the aperture can not be defined by aperture diameter if the system is telecentric in the object space or in the image space.

If the aperture is shifted and defined by an angle, the X shift and Y shift values are then considered as angles in degree. They can not exceed 90° if the aperture surface is not the first surface.

Note that the aperture shift can only be defined by angles if the system is telecentric.