Detailed Measurement of Optical System Performance

Did you know that all lenses produced by Resolve Optics are subject to detailed Modulation Transfer Function (MTF) and distortion testing using a state-of-the-art test bench? Our fully automated MTF and distortion test centre quickly and precisely determines that the...

How to Select a Machine Vision Lens

Choosing the best lens for your application can be challenging given the diverse range of vision camera sensor formats and resolution that are available. Our new technical note discusses in easily understood language the key factors you should consider when selecting...

Application Optimised Vision Lenses

Can’t find an off-the-shelf lens for your vision application? Resolve Optics
 vision lens design service has experience of developing optimised fixed focus and zoom lenses for vision applications including parts recognition, precise component placement,...

UV Lenses – Pros and Cons

Traditionally Ultraviolet (UV) lenses have been predominantly used in scientific institutions for optical research. However, because many molecules contain chromophores that absorb specific wavelengths of UV light (10 nm to 400 nm) this has led to a rapid expansion of...

Interested in Lens Innovation – read our newsletter

Have you read the new Spring 2021 issue of ‘Lens Innovation’ – our twice-yearly newsletter? Lens Innovation is written to provide instrument, camera and sensor system designers, as well as engineers and scientists, with informative optics-based...