GBO Infinity Lens
VIT Innovation Limited has been working with the inventor of this technology for the past three years and are now releasing this exciting technological breakthrough technology to the UK and European markets.
We are convinced this revolutionary technology offers huge advantages in imaging quality and surveillance opportunities.
- The Infinity Lens™ Lenses are the only lenses in the world that stay in focus throughout the entire image.
- Conventional lenses have a limited depth of field, which means they can only focus on either the foreground or the background of an image at one time - never both.
- The Infinity Lens™ defies this tradition. Employing revolutionary optics technology that can focus on objects both in the foreground and background, the Infinity Lens™ offers massive depth of field (MDF) meaning the foreground and background of a shot are in focus simultaneously.
- Objects stay in focus from within millimeters of the lens to as far as infinity. This means objects at different distances from the lens are all clear, without the blurring inherent in conventional lenses.
The Infinity Lens™ delivers more depth of field in low light conditions than other lenses, making it ideal for high value security work and road/trackside surveillance. Jim Frazier is a world-renowned cinematographer, environmental advocate and inventor of the Infinity Lens™ Lenses. Jim’s work has been recognized with more than 40 national and international cinematography awards, including a Technical Achievement Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1993, an Emmy and the Golden Panda (the so-called “Green Oscar”). He holds an Honorary Doctorate for Contribution to Science and Cinematography from the University of New England in Australia, and has been awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) and the Rotary International Award for Vocational Excellence. In 1998 he was inducted into the Australian Cinematographers Society Hall of Fame. Jim’s original Panavision-Frazier lens has been in use by major US film studios since 2000 and has been employed by top directors such as Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, James Cameron and John Woo. The Panavision-Frazier lens has been used to film movie blockbusters including Jurassic Park, Titanic, Heat, and Star Wars : Episode II - Attack of the Clones. Discovered through a process of trial and error based on decades of experience as one of the world’s premier wildlife cinematographers, Jim’s invention represents a feat previously considered impossible by the world of optics.
Introducing VIT Innovation Limited’s VIT 43 Ultra-Low-Light Camera Module
Introducing VIT Innovation Limited’s VIT 43 Ultra-Low-Light Camera Module VIT Innovation Limited has always been at the leading edge of ultra-low-light video surveillance operations with a wealth of experience and contracts over the past years supplying police, government and commercial bodies with specialist evidential grade equipment.We have optimised the VIT43 module with its award winning 0.00004 lux ultra-low-light operation, and two night modes to operate with the Infinity Lens™ Lenses to give previously unobtainable results.