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SWIR lenses

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Resolve Optics has announced focus corrected SWIR lenses benefitting from a novel design that maintains maximum performance throughout the short wavelength infrared spectral range (900-1,700nm) without the need for refocusing.

Traditionally most lenses available for SWIR applications have been lenses designed for the visible spectrum but have AR coating for the 900-1,700nm region. However, using the latest generation of higher resolution SWIR sensors, the shortcomings of these lenses – i.e. poor resolution and poor colour correction – is noticeable.

Resolve Optics’ focus corrected SWIR lenses deliver resolution and colour correction that ensures users get the best possible image from their camera or sensor. In addition, these lenses remove the need for constant refocusing to achieve optimised, high resolution images at all SWIR wavelengths.

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