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Low-light Lens

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CHESHAM, England, June 2, 2023 — The Model 313 fixed-focus lens from Resolve Optics Ltd. has an aperture of f/1.4 to enable maximum light gathered and transmitted to a sensor.

Its design is optimized for use with 2/3-in. image format cameras, and can be used for low-light applications in the nuclear industry and space exploration. The optical glass is proven to withstand long-term exposure to radiation up to a dose of 100,000,000 rads and temperatures to 55 °C without discoloration. The lens delivers high image resolution and minimum geometric distortion from 400 to 770 nm.


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Jun 2023
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