Have You Seen Our 2019 eBrochure?





For those of you wanting to know more about our ISO 9001 accredited capabilities in optical design, manufacturing and consultancy this eBrochure is for you. In addition, useful technical details are provided for each of our growing range of radiation resistant lens,...

Improving Radiation Tolerant Monitoring Systems


The nuclear industry worldwide is investing billions of pounds to deliver new capabilities, maintain existing equipment and manage the challenges associated with legacy waste, through delivery of technologically complex projects. New and improved camera and sensor...

Informed Opinion

We are implementing a new section on the Resolve Optics website to allow you to read copies of informative interviews undertaken by our technical staff and published in a range of industry leading publications.

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Point & Shoot Thermal Imaging

Achieving precise focus with your thermal imaging camera can mean the difference between capturing and identifying or overlooking a problem. If your image is out of focus, then your temperature measurement is unlikely to be accurate. Based upon this premise, we...

Advantages of Optimised SWIR Lenses

Using lenses optimised for the Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) wavelength band (0.9 to 1.7 µm) offers unique advantages for a growing number of imaging applications including produce sorting, surveillance, quality control and material selection that have been previously...

Why should I consider a Tracking Zoom Lens?

Focus tracking zoom lens offer the benefit that once set up on your camera they will maintain sharp focus throughout the zoom range of the lens. Advantageously the mechanical design of a focus tracking zoom lens also means that, unlike an electronic zoom lens, they...