The full-field extreme ultraviolet (EUV) exposure tool named EUV1 is integrated and exposure experiments are started with a numerical aperture of the projection optics of 0.25, and conventional partial coherent illumination with a coherence factor of 0.8. 32-nm elbow patterns are resolved in a full arc field in static exposure. In a central area, 25-nm line-and-space patterns are resolved. In scanning exposure, 32-nm line-and-space patterns are successfully exposed on a full wafer. Wavefront error of the projection optics is improved to 0.4-nm rms. Flare impact on imaging is clarified, dependent on flare evaluation using the Kirk test. Resolution enhancement technology (RET) fly-eye mirrors and reflection-type spectral purity filters (SPFs) are investigated to increase throughput. High-NA projection optics design is also reviewed.