Dove Prisms
from Artifex Engineering

The Dove Prism is a form invented by H.W. Dove. It resembles half of a common right angle prism in which a ray entering parallel to the hypotenuse face is reflected internally at that face and emerges parallel to its incident direction. If the prism is rotated about the optical axis, the image is... [See More]

  • Prism Type: Dove
  • Prism Material: BK7 Glass
  • Largest Dimension: 80
  • Surface Quality: 60-40 Scratch / Dig
Dove Prism -- PDK1667
from Knight Optical Ltd.

Dove prism.16x16x67mm. A Dove prism has the interesting characteristic that if it is placed between a lens and the image formed by that lens then rotating the prism will rotate the image by twice the prism rotation angle. Dove Prisms are useful as image rotators in fields such as astronomy and... [See More]

  • Prism Type: Dove
  • Prism Material: BK7 Glass
  • Largest Dimension: 67
Dove Prism -- P-DOV003
from Ross Optical Industries

Dove prism is a truncated version of right angle prism. A beam entering parallel to the hypotenuse face is reflected internally and emerges parallel to its incident direction. Dove prisms are used as image rotators. As the prism is rotated, the image passing through will rotate at an angle twice... [See More]

  • Prism Type: Dove
  • Prism Material: BK7 Glass
  • Largest Dimension: 42.28
  • Surface Quality: 60-40 Scratch / Dig
Dove Prism
from AccessOptics

Prisms are the defining element in optical systems where image displacement, rotation or inversion is required. Access Optics offers prismatic components from the simplest wedged window to elegant phase-matched prisms and assemblies. Prismatic forms are endless and can be combined with other optical... [See More]

  • Prism Type: Dove
  • Prism Material: UV Grade Fused Silica
  • Largest Dimension: 1 to 5
  • Coating Options: Reflective Coating (optional feature); Antireflection Coating (optional feature)
0.5mm Uncoated Dove Prism -- NT85-155
from Edmund Optics Inc.

Image Rotation of 180 °. Left Handed Image. Ideal for Rotation or Displaced Retroreflection. Dove prisms have an unusual and very interesting characteristic " if you look through the prism and rotate it around a longitudinal axis, the image rotates through twice the angle through which the dove... [See More]

  • Prism Type: Dove
  • Surface Quality: 40-20 Scratch / Dig
  • Prism Material: BK7 Glass
  • Surface Flatness: λ/8
Dove Prism -- Model DVP-0625B
from Lambda Research Optics, Inc.

Image inverters, optical delay lines, coating options [See More]

  • Prism Type: Dove
  • Prism Material: BK7 Glass
  • Largest Dimension: 6
  • Surface Quality: 20-10 Scratch / Dig
Dove Prism -- Model 287
from Optarius

Angular deviation 3 arcsec [See More]

  • Prism Type: Dove
  • Prism Material: BK7 Glass
  • Largest Dimension: 14.4
  • Surface Quality: 60-40 Scratch / Dig
45.005
from Rolyn Optics Company

Dove Prisms. Dove Prisms are also known as Reversion prisms. When the prism is rotated about its length axis, the image viewed through the prism rotates at twice the prism rotation rate. This is an unusual and sometimes useful property for special applications. Entry and exit faces are... [See More]

  • Prism Type: Dove
  • Prism Material: BK7 Glass
  • Largest Dimension: 5.5
  • Coating Options: Antireflection Coating
Trapezoid -- 230-7942
from Spectral Systems, LLC

Dimensions: 50 x 20 x 2 mm, 45 ° [See More]

  • Prism Type: Dove
  • Prism Material: AMTIR
  • Largest Dimension: 50
  • Coating Options: Antireflection Coating (optional feature)