Conjugate planes/points

Conjugate planes/points

(Science: microscopy) planes (or points) that are in focus relative to each other. In a microscope adjusted for koehler illumination, there are two sets of conjugate planes: the aperture planes and the field planes.

See: field planes, koehler illumination

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