[David Prutchi] wrote to tell us about his recent experiment to build a lens for a thermal imaging camera. As far as he knows, this is the first time (at least as far as DIY hardware is concerned).
A few months ago, Bohen showed us his first trailer, an over-built and flawless luxury diver called Mille-Mer. Mille-Mer combines high-end specifications and sturdy packaging (including 1000-meter
Orlando, Florida / ACCESSWIRE / November 16, 2021 / LightPath Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: LPTH) ("LightPath", "Company" or "us") is the vertical of engineering solutions for the global optoelectron
Teradek's RT Single Axis Wireless Lens Control Kit and Lens Mapping License Bundle are priced at US$2,499.95. This is basically 50% lower than the normal retail price of $4.999.
I reviewed th
An inexpensive and fast method of making free-form optics can benefit applications from glasses to telescopes
Image: The researchers used their new metho
Thermal sights, binoculars, and handheld devices are becoming cheaper, more abundant, and more widely available. Which one is right for you?
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Hacker Photography-one photo at a time
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A few years ago, when Lytro started to release the light field camera, the whole "light field" matter
I hesitated for a long time, but at the beginning of April, the time came. I once again have my first camera. Agfa Clark, 6×9. At that time, around 1975, my brother-in-law gave it to me. I probabl