Thick sensor glass detrimental to image quality?

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JimKasson
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Re: Thick sensor glass detrimental to image quality?
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Dr_Jon wrote:

OlyPent wrote:

Years ago, microscope objectives had compensating devices for variations in cover slip glass thickness, to prevent resolution loss due to aberrations created by the glass. I had no idea this was a factor in digital camera performance. You learn something every day.

http://forum.luminous-landscape.com/index.php?topic=117289.0

Not if the lenses are designed for it. Lens rentals did a lot of this:
https://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2014/07/sensor-stack-thickness-part-iii-the-summary/

Some of us have been saying that for the entire thread. The OP doesn't seem to be buying it.

Jim

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