E-mark reflector products is a high-tech optical reflector designed for high-resolution DSLR cameras. It increases the light transmission through the lens for a better optical rendition of the original image as well as reducing the dark areas of a cropped picture.Note that the resolution of a camera may be considerably more or less than that of an optical reflector. Also, the resolution of an objective lens may be less than that of the camera's camera sensor.
What are the standards for e-mark reflector telescopes?The standards for modern E-Meters use the highest possible light transmission of the optical elements in the telescope. In other words, all E-Meters are considered to be highly "active" as far as using a high power reflector helps. Some observers may want to experiment with an E-Meter with an eyepiece, or use other techniques to "push" the emission as far away as possible and produce the best image. If possible, however, observers should use a "passive" telescope to get the best "expandability" at the lowest possible light transmission. This is because the "energy" produced by an expanding aperture at higher magnifications is lost in the expanding environment.
Application of e-mark reflector products to the surface or under the plane of the telescope. The use of mirrors with high mirror brightness will enable the use of e-mark reflector on mirrors larger than 100 mm wide, at distances over 3,000. 4 For mirror thicknesses between 5 and 25 micrometers the resolution of the reflected signals is considerably more than that of the mirror structure, i.e. the resolution will exceed 20 dB. This enables the use of the high quality components to reduce optical losses while providing more performance for the use of the e-mark reflectors on larger mirrors. Fitting a e-mark reflector to a large telescope can create an advantage in the quality, performance, and cost of the telescope when compared to an optical path-corrected telescope.