The angular resolution is the ability of a telescope to render detail: the higher the resolution the finer is the detail. It is, together with the aperture, the most important characteristic of telescopes. We propose a new construction of telescopes with improved ratio of angular resolution and area of the primary optical element (mirror or lense). For this purpose we use the rotation of the primary optical element with one dominating dimension. The length of the dominating dimension of the primary optical element determines the angular resolution. During the rotation a sequence of images is stored in a computer and the images of observed objects can be reconstructed using a relatively simple software. The angular resolution is determined by the maximal length of the primary optical element of the system. This construction of telescopic systems allows to construct telescopes of high resolution with lower weight and fraction of usual costs.