We discuss an apparatus capable of producing correlated-photon “ghost” images that cancel all object-induced aberrations in a particular plane and all odd-order aberrations induced by the image-forming optics. We show that both entangled and classically correlated light sources can produce the desired spatial-aberration cancellation.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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