Industry Insight

Industry Insight

Infrared reflectography (IRR) is a highly valued and widely adopted non-invasive imaging technique used to analyse fine art and objects of cultural heritage significance. Not only can the technique be used to understand the processes of the artist by being able to see through the visible paint layers through to the underdrawing, IRR has proved itself to be an invaluable technique for the authentication of art, where technical art history and connoisseurship intersect.

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Opus has a long history of sponsoring and exhibiting at conferences and events in the cultural heritage sphere giving you the opportunity to meet the team and see Opus cameras.  Be it virtual, on-demand or in-person, we look forward to meeting you and finding out about the work that you do and how we may be able to help.  Highlights in recent years have been the annual conferences of the American Institute of Conservation’s, Florence Heritech and the British Association of Picture Restorers.   

Stay up to date with our events by clicking on the link below, and please get in touch if you have an event that you would like Opus to sponsor.  


The Osiris Camera has been indispensable for the past ten years

Apollo Camera Opus Instruments

An introduction to Opus Instruments

Apollo camera demonstration