Resolve Optics is a leading developer of custom tracking zoom lenses for a broad spectum of applications including Broadcast TV, CCTV, Machine vision, Nuclear and military surveillance.
Different applications require different solutions. Broadcast TV may demand high resolution from a very compact zoom. Military applications require the zoom to be rugged and able to withstand shock and vibration. Nuclear applications require the zoom to be radiation resistant utilising special glass types to avoid discolouring when exposed to radiation.
Zoom tracking is important when users want the subjects always in focus even when they are zooming in or out. A tracking zoom lens does not require auto focus once tracking is set and a well designed tracking zoom will maintain good resolution and focus throughout the zoom range. The Resolve Optics tracking zoom lens ethos is to combine all these qualities with a mechanical design optimised for a specific application without compromise.
Drawing upon over 20 years experience - Resolve Optics has developed considerable expertise in designing and producing high resolution, compact optical zoom lenses with focus tracking throughout the zoom range optimised to a customers application. These lenses can be supplied motorised or non-motorised according to your need and target budget.
For further information on custom tracking zoom lenses lenses please visit www.resolveoptics.com/zoom-lenses.html or to discuss your application in detail contact Resolve Optics Ltd. now on telephone +44-1494-777100 / email [email protected].
Resolve Optics (www.resolveoptics.com) has developed the rare capability to produce small production quantities of high performance, mounted lenses with the professional look, feel and quality equivalent to the best professional photographic and broadcast TV lenses. Over the last 20 years, Resolve Optics Ltd. have developed market leading applications expertise in a range of areas - most notably industrial machine vision, aerospace, broadcast TV, instrumentation, security and the nuclear industry.