F1 Lens

Broadcast TV and Film industry demand high quality, high-resolution lenses and optical systems to transmit images. An adapted version of our Model 207 motorised miniature zoom lens has been supplied to a TV broadcaster to provide onboard camera footage of professional...

Pushing the Boundaries of Optical Design

In an exclusive new interview with IEN Europe magazine – Mark Pontin discusses how Resolve Optics has overcome optical design, manufacture and testing challenges to help develop a next generation of high resolution, ultra-large format aerial surveillance...

Looking to Improve Product Performance?

The main reason why many camera, instrument and sensor companies choose us to develop specialist lenses to give them a competitive edge is simple: we take full responsibility from design through to production and delivery. Watch our video to learn more about our fast...

Safer Radioactive Waste Processing

Monitoring of the glass vitrification process within a radioactive waste processing plant has been achieved using an infrared (IR) endoscope coupled to a thermal camera.
 Operating at 7-14 microns, the prime function of the IR endoscope was to provide the desired...

Optics for Synchrotron Research

Optics optimised to operate in the x-ray region are an essential part of synchrotron beamlines and serve to ensure that the beam quality delivered to the sample is optimally matched to the requirements of the experiment. An intimate knowledge of radiation resistant...

Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Selected Optical Materials

This useful report from the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) gives an overview of the effects of ionizing radiation on optical materials that may be used in spacecraft sensors. It introduces the relevant phenomena and...