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Nikon W - Keeps distortion out and definition in

Wider, Clear Sharp Vision
Designed point by point by using digital surfacing, the back surface of Nikon W is conceived to
compensate aberrations that are naturally generated by the progressive design on the front surface.
 
The world's first bi-aspheric progressive lens with proprietary back surface Aberration Filter™ - By far the most common complaint when it comes to progressive lenses is distortion. People often mention blurriness and difficult transitions from one visual zone to the next, both of which significantly compromise wearer comfort. With Nikon's revolutionary Aberration Filter™ (''aberration'' being the optical term for distortion), new Nikon W is specially engineered to eliminate such constraints, resulting in a spectacular advance in performance over traditional progressive lenses.
The front surface of any progressive lens naturally generates a certain amount of distortion (because of curvature variations in power control, etc.). Nikon W is the first progressive lens of its kind with a back surface Aberration Filter™ designed to compensate for such distortion.

The Nikon W Aberration Filter™ effectively nullifies the distortion caused by the front of the lens. The result : virtually distortion-free vision.
 
   
   


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