Due to increased interest in radiation resistant zoom lenses for 1-inch
(16mm diagonal) format cameras, Resolve Optics have introduced variants
of their popular non browning zoom lenses that have been adapted to
suit this larger format.
The novel design of Resolve Optics Model 290 motorised zoom lens
provides a 6x zoom movement in a very compact form. This enables the
lens to image objects from 800mm to infinity without using add-on
adapters. When focused at infinity the lens achieves high image
resolution on axis at full aperture throughout the zoom range without
refocusing (image tracking). Operating at f/1.8 the Model 290 provides
high image resolution and minimum geometric distortion from 400 - 750
Resolve Optics can now also offer its non-motorised Model 192 (6x
zoom, f1.8) and motorised Model 200 (3x zoom, f2.8) non browning lenses
as 1-inch format models.
Resolve Optics new 1-inch format non browning zoom lenses will be of
interest to customers wishing to replace legacy systems where the
original lenses are no longer available or from users of 1-inch format
solid state cameras.
Drawing upon over 20 years experience Resolve Optics Ltd. has built a
strong reputation for supplying production quantities of
radiation-resistant lenses and optical products on time to strict
quality and target price guidelines. All optical elements within
Resolve Optics non browning zoom lenses are made using cerium oxide
doped glass or synthetic silica enabling them to withstand radiation
exposure of up to 53 kGy (53,000,000 rads) and temperatures up to 55
degrees centigrade without discoloration.
Resolve Optics Ltd. is a highly knowledgeable, dynamic company focused
upon innovative design, and manufacture of production quantities of
lenses and lens systems on time to strict quality and target price
guidelines. The company has the proven and rare capability to
produce small quantities of high performance, mounted lens systems with
the look, feel and quality equivalent to the best professional
photographic and broadcast TV lenses.
For further information, please visit www.resolveoptics.com/