Resolve Optics has published** the Spring 2017 issue of 'Lens Innovation' - its popular newsletter dedicated to addressing topical subjects, technological developments, interesting applications and breaking news involving optics and optical systems.
In this new issue of 'Lens Innovation' the technology forum discusses the challenges faced in designing high performance lenses for the latest generation of megapixel cameras and sensors.
For applications that are subject to temperature fluctuations, it is important to develop an optical system that is insensitive to thermal change in the surrounding environment to avoid system defocus. The Information Guidelines feature explains different approaches to optical athermalisation.
If you are using a standard lens in areas where there is radiation, in weeks or a few months you will lose your image. The Viewpoint feature addresses what should you consider before selecting a lens for an application subject to radiation.
Monitoring in the depths of the oceans places great demands on all camera system components. Case Study describes how a leading European camera manufacturer turned to Resolve Optics for a compact HD lens that fitted their requirements.
The Spring 2017 issue also provides an introduction to the new Model 357 radiation resistant HD zoom lens and describes how this new lens is providing engineers with a clearer safe view of their nuclear reprocessing plant.
To read or download a copy of the Spring 2017 Newsletter please visit www.resolveoptics.com/e-newsletter/e-newsletter-2017-1.html **.
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