Custom Lenses, Optical Instruments, and Accessories

Leeds Low Power Objective

Ultra-Widefield Objective

Custom low power objective designed for Leeds Forensic Systems Inc.

Custom Spectrometer

Spectrometer Lens

Custom lens designed for high-resolution spectral-domain optical coherence tomography.

70mm f/4 DSLR

70mm f/4 DSLR lens

Custom EF mount lens at a rare focal length.

Dallmeyer Reproduction

Dallmeyer Reproduction Lens

Replication of a wet collodion photography lens originally manufactured in the 19th century.

Miniature Scatterometer

Miniature Scatterometer

A small prototype version of a Scatterometer for a customer. Built with integrated push button controlled LED for mobile BRDF measurements.

Zoom microscope

Wi-Fi Microscope

The first prototype of a Wi-Fi enabled microscope created for Zoon. We engineered the optics and electrical system, and designed the mounting and housing.


Inspection Lens

This is an example of a custom projection lens. It is f/2 and has a C-mount thread.


Laser Scan Lens

One customer needed a custom laser scan lens for an existing system with a Nd:YAG laser. The picture shows the lens with a one foot ruler for scale.

45 degree Conoscopic Lens

If you need to measure BSDF (click on this image for more information) quickly, you need a conoscope. It can also enable measurement of the angular distribution of light that is produced by a means other than scattering.

60° Conoscope

60 degree Conoscopic Lens

Although stepping up from 45° to 60° with the same camera gives you less resolution, sometimes the increased angular coverage is worth it. If you need a 60°, or even larger 80° conoscopic lens, please visit our Contact Us page.

Optical Test Instrument

This instrument was designed for production testing of an optical component. It includes everything from the light source to the detector.

Optical Instrument Accessory

Do you need an accessory for an existing instrument? We can help.

Interested in learning more? Visit our Design and Manufacturing page to read about our custom lens design process. Or, if you’d like to read about other applications for our technology, visit this page