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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 Rx range, offer better cosmetics (flatter) for many prescriptions, and yield user-preferred near vision performance.
Introducing the Latest Advancement In Digital Lenses

David Rips
President and CEO
Younger Optics
Digital processing is perhaps the most significant and exciting technological development our industry has seen in recent years. While there are many advantages to this technology, there are also some optical design issues which need to be considered. I believe Camber both addresses these optical issues and takes advantage of all the flexibility digital surfacing has to offer.

There is an old saying: “Sometimes one must travel far to find that which is near.” This is certainly true with Camber, which at its core revisits the importance of matching Rx power with a corresponding, optically-appropriate base curve.
By utilizing the power of complex curves on both surfaces of the lens, Camber seems to offer something for everyone. Better optics, cosmetics, improved near and widened distance zones— Camber is truly a breakthrough for the laboratory, eyecare professional, and most importantly, the patient.

Younger Optics’ nearly 60 years of success is based on true innovation. Camber represents a breakthrough in combining the advances brought about by new equipment technology leading to digital processing, combined with advanced optical design built into the Camber blank.
The Truth About Base Curve
Rapidly evolving technology is bringing exciting changes to the industry, but sometimes significant advancements can be acheived by simply going back to basics. Base curve, a commonly overlooked but essential property of a lens blank, is at the forefront of Camber's patented new front surface technology. To fully appreciate the benefits of Camber lenses, one must recall a fundamental principle of optics: For every lens power, there is an ideal
base curve.

Front Surface Innovation

Learn about Camber lenses' unique variable base curve.

Benefits of Camber™

See how Camber lenses benefit both patients and eyecare professionals.

Merging Complex Curves

Learn how both surfaces work together to become the Camber finished lens.

Wearers’ Experiences

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News

Transitions® Drivewear® lenses now available with Camber™ Technology
Added: July, 27 , 2015
All Camber-approved labs are now offering Transitions Drivewear lenses with Camber Technology
New Camber article appears in latest ECP Magazine
Added: July, 14 , 2015
Check out the July 2015 issue of EyeCare Professional Magazine for a new article on Camber Lens Technology.
Educational Ad Appears in 20/20
Added: June, 10 , 2015
Check out the new educational two-page spread in the June 2015 issue of 20/20 Magazine!
Camber featured in EyeCare Professional Magazine
Added: March, 01 , 2014
Camber technology receives coverage in Eyecare Professional Magazine, March 2014 issue.
Optical Lab Products Magazine: A New Era for Lens Technology
Added: March, 02 , 2014
An article entitled "A New Era for Lens Technology" explains what Camber Technology can do for labs, ECPs, and patients.

Interested in offering and delivering Camber?

Several independent optical laboratories are now offering digital lenses with Camber technology. Please contact them directly to ask about their digital lens offerings featuring Camber technology.

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Transitions® Drivewear® lenses now available with Camber™ Technology
Added: July, 27 , 2015
All Camber-approved labs are now offering Transitions Drivewear lenses with Camber Technology
Now available from Camber-approved labs: Transitions Drivewear adaptive sunwear lenses with Camber Technology, in polycarbonate. Now patients can enjoy a sunwear lens that adapts to changing light conditions while experiencing all the benefits of a fully personalized, digital lens with variable base curve.
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New Camber article appears in latest ECP Magazine
Added: July, 14 , 2015
Check out the July 2015 issue of EyeCare Professional Magazine for a new article on Camber Lens Technology.
Check out the July 2015 issue of EyeCare Professional Magazine for a new article written by John Seegers, M. Ed., LDO
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[Camber lens] blanks are about as close as you can currently get to overcoming the optical conundrum of having to “give up something – to get something.”
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Educational Ad Appears in 20/20
Added: June, 10 , 2015
Check out the new educational two-page spread in the June 2015 issue of 20/20 Magazine!
Follow link below to see digital edition.
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Camber featured in EyeCare Professional Magazine
Added: March, 01 , 2014
Camber technology receives coverage in Eyecare Professional Magazine, March 2014 issue.

In the article Introducing An Ultra Premium House Brand Lens: Camber Technology, Bill Hefner IV of FEA Industries explains that Camber lens technology allows independent labs to offer house brand lenses that are just as good or better than the leading brand name ultra-premium lenses.

The thing that most people should be asking about free-form lenses isn't "How is a house brand lens worse?" but rather, "Is a name brand lens better?"

The article is on page 24 of EyeCare Professional Magazine, March 2014 issue, available online here.


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Optical Lab Products Magazine: A New Era for Lens Technology
Added: March, 02 , 2014
An article entitled "A New Era for Lens Technology" explains what Camber Technology can do for labs, ECPs, and patients.
"...Independent labs can now offer a super-premium product as a house brand."

Bill Heffner IV, FEA Industries, Inc. 

The article is on page 14 of Optical Lab Products Magazine, March 2014 issue, available online here.


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