Camber Progressive Lenses.

Camber lenses are the state of the art in progressive lenses featured by a unique front surface with a variable base curve. This provides the ideal base curve for all visual areas, which reduces the oblique aberration of the lens.

Conventional

First progressive lens generation.

Conventional Progressive Lens

Innovation

25%

Personalisation

10%

Adaptation

35%

Definition

40%

Free Form

Progressive lens produced point by point.

Innovation

70%

Personalisation

85%

Adaptation

60%

Definition

50%

Camber Lens Series

The latest development in progressive lenses.

Innovation

96%

Personalisation

90%

Adaptation

87%

Definition

83%

Benefits of Camber Lens Series

Better vision in all zones

Significantly improved reading zone

Better cosmetics in most prescriptions with fewer frame limitations

Extended peripheral vision with easier adaptation

Camber Technology

Camber Technology combines complex curves on both surfaces of the lens to provide excellent vision correction. The unique, continuously changing surface curvature of the specially designed lens blank allows expanded reading zones with improved peripheral vision. When combined with a sophisticated back surface digital design, both surfaces work together to accommodate an expanded range, offer more flattering aesthetics for many prescriptions, and yield user-preferred near vision performance.

Digital Ray-Path® Technology.

Digital Ray-Path® technology is based on an advanced three-dimensional calculation model that takes into account the actual position of the lens and the natural movements of the human eye, resulting in an innovative lens that is personalized for the individual wearer and provides better vision in all zones of the lens.

Variable Base Curve Innovation.

Camber lenses feature a variable base curve – a new front surface innovation that provides the optically ideal base curve in all viewing zones.

Each Camber lens blank comes from a section of the ‘Elephant’s Trunk’ curve, creating a unique variable base curve front surface that continually increases in dioptre from top to bottom. This improved front surface profile gives each viewing zone a base curve that is well-suited to its function.

From the top of the lens blank to the bottom, the base curve increases up to three dioptres. This ‘stacking of spheres’ is a totally new idea, unique to Camber technology.

This new front surface innovation of Camber provides benefits to wearers in both the distance and near zones. Wearers enjoy noticeably increased acuity in the periphery of the distance zone, as well as a reading area that is more comfortable and easier to find with the eye.

Materials & Designs

MATERIAL

  • 1.50 Hard Resin
  • 1.53 Trilogy Trivex
  • 1.59 Polycarbonate
  • 1.60 High Index
  • 1.67 High Index
  • 1.74 High Index

DESIGNS

  • Steady
  • Mobile
  • H25
  • S35
  • Office

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