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Date of Birth December 25, 1900
Date of Death November 01, 1985
Place of Birth Munich, Germany
Country Germany
Profession Engineer
Horoscope Capricorn

Ludwig Bertele Biography

Ludwig Bertele is a famous optics engineer, optics constructor, who was born on December 25, 1900 in Munich, Germany. According to Astrologers, Ludwig Bertele's zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Ludwig Jakob Bertele (25 December 1900 – 16 November 1985) was a German optics constructor. His developments received universal recognition and serve as a basis for considerable part of the optical designs used today.

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Ludwig Jakob Bertele was born 25 December 1900 in Munich, to an architect's family.

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In 1916, Bertele was employed as the assistant of an optics designer at Rodenstock GmbH in Munich. In 1919, he moved to Dresden to work at Ernemann Company (Krupp-Ernemann Kinoapparate AG) [de] under the supervision of August Klughardt, as a designer of optics. In the same year, Bertele would begin the development of a type of [optical scheme], subsequently known as Ernostar [de]. Its basis was the optical scheme of the Ultrastigmat cinema lens, a modified Cooke triplet, which had been developed by Charles C. Minor in 1916 and produced by Gundlach Company. The main purpose of Bertele's developmental work was to increase the light-gathering power of a lens as well as diminishing optical aberration.

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In 1923, after four years of development, Bertele patented his first ultra high-aperture [objective?], the Ernostar f/2, with successive versions following in the years up to 1926. The lens was fitted to the Ermanox camera, which was specially developed for photo reportage. The Ernostar f/2 was the first camera with sufficient speed and image quality for successful candid photography in natural or otherwise unaltered light conditions. The pictures of prominent political figures taken using the lens by Erich Salomon are widely known.

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After the foundation of Zeiss Ikon in 1926, as a result of integration of companies ICA, (Internationale Camera Actiengesellschaft) Optische Anstalt CP Goerz, Contessa-Nettel and Ernemann-Werke [de] with Carl Zeiss, Bertele continued his work in Dresden except for a short trip to United States in 1929. An experimental optical workshop was given at Bertele's disposal, where he would develop and produce all examples and prototypes from his own calculations. Every lens was given a unique five-cipher number, and the current number of the variant was often engraved upon lenses.

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