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Optimized Camera Sensor Lenses

Resolve Optics is a leading designer and OEM supplier of special optimized lenses that exactly match your camera sensor.

Industrial camera sensors come in a wide range of sizes from 1/4-inch to 1-inch and beyond. The lens(es) you choose to integrate into your product will play a pivotal role in determining your camera performance. A lower resolution lens will reduce the achievable image quality from a high megapixel camera sensor. Likewise selecting non-optimized lenses may compromise your products performance due to limiting the field of view (FOV), increase image distortion or vignette light impacting your camera sensor.

Having a lens custom designed to match your camera sensor will unlock the full potential of your product and also will give you an edge over competitive cameras using non-optimized optics.

For larger format camera sensors (>1.5-inch) few off-the-shelf lenses exist. As well as providing very high resolution over a large image format – Resolve Optics has designed several sensor matched large format lenses. These specialist lenses for close-up imaging were designed to deliver a large depth of field, low distortion edge to edge, application-specific F-number and exceptional contrast.

Source: https://www.resolveoptics.com/

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