Apollo is the gold standard in infrared reflectography, advancing the work of researchers at the forefront of fine art analysis and cultural heritage science around the globe.
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Opus Instruments’ infrared reflectography (IRR) cameras are used at the forefront of fine art analysis and research, in auction houses, universities, galleries and conservation studios worldwide.Our Cameras
Browse a selection of IRR case studies to see what lies beneath the visible layers of paint.View more case studies
Barningham Rood Screens – Apollo Case Study
27 Oct 2020 | Barningham Rood
Norfolk and Suffolk have the most surviving late-medieval painted screens in England. Chancel or rood...
The Martyrdom of Saint Symphorien, Osiris Case Study
13 Oct 2020
By Catherine Wilkinson This painting was completed in 1834, following a state commission at the...
The Apollo camera has fomented new research in art history and English literature
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University
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02 Mar 2021
Graffiti revealed by infrared scans of Edvard Munch’s The Scream
Following years of speculation, curators at the National Museum of Norway have confirmed that a...
05 Oct 2020
Apollo & Osiris Comparison Images
Click on the images below to enlarge and compare high-resolution images taken by the Apollo...
11 Jun 2020
Apollo Demonstration Video
In this video demonstration, we display how to set up the Apollo Infrared Reflectography camera from unboxing...
07 Feb 2020
‘Tales of the Unexpected’ – Opus Instruments at the BAPCR Conference
Opus Instruments were kindly invited to sponsor this year’s ‘Tales of the Unexpected’ conference, held...