A new patented technology that is briefly described in this paper proposes an extended depth of focus element configured as binary phase-affecting, non-diffractive optical element defining a spatially low frequency phase transition that codes the lens aperture. Since this optical element contains low spatial frequencies, it is not sensitive to wavelengths and does not scatter energy towards the outer regions of the field of view. The optical element is a phase element and thus does not cause apodization and its energetic efficiency is very high. Since the optical element does not require digital post processing it is adequate for ophthalmic applications. The technology presented in this paper was developed by Xceed Imaging Ltd.