Tag: precision optical component
Picture-Perfect Underwater Photography Shots : Dome Ports Vs Flat Ports
There’s an endless list of difficulties to encounter when working in underwater environments, especially for imaging and photography applications. Whether it’s a handheld underwater camera for professional, beautifully captured aquatic wildlife photography or a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) that’s kitted out with all the imaging equipment to deliver vital information back to shore, humans and machines often share the same visual complications when diving into the deep.
In the Spotlight: Calcium Fluoride Optics
Here at Knight Optical, we’ve observed a peak in requirement for our custom-made Calcium Fluoride (CaF2) Optical Components. To coincide with this proliferation, we’re placing these in-demand optics under the spotlight.
Knight Optical puts Optical Flats in the Spotlight
To coincide with this month’s optics focus, we’re diving into our sought-after range of Optical Flats. In this summarising blog, we’ll explore the main features of these optical components, explain how they work and reveal the customisation elements that are available here at Knight Optical.
What Optical Components & Ever-Evolving Technologies Are Changing the Face of the Beauty Industry?
The beauty industry is a multi-billion-pound business. According to research from Global Data, more consumers will be willing to invest even more money in the health and beauty sector in the future, making the market the fastest growing industry in the UK by 20221. Where there’s growth, technology usually follows closely behind, and the beauty industry is no exception. In this blog, Knight Optical – the leading global supplier of on-spec, metrology-tested optical components – explores the ground-breaking technologies that are set to change the face of the beauty industry as we know it.
In the Spotlight: Infrared (IR) Windows
In this blog, Knight Optical – the leading supplier of stock and custom-made premium-quality optical components – investigates some popular uses for its Infrared (IR) Windows and talks through these highly-specified optics’ key features.