Motion Solutions Australia are pleased to present the new VHX-1000 digital microscope that not only integrates advanced functionality into a streamlined, all-in-one unit, but truly launches microscopy into the next generation.
The VHX-1000 digital microscope provides a depth of field at least 20 times larger than optical microscopes. Thanks to this feature, the VHX-1000 can accurately observe the surface topography of a target with large peaks and valleys. Furthermore, the number of steps required for observation and focus adjustment can be significantly reduced.
Despite its compact size, the camera on the new VHX-1000 digital microscope can capture images of up to 54 million pixels, using an actuator to shift the CCD. A flicker-free progressive scan method allows texture expression and colour reproduction that is similar to observation with the naked eye.
Observed images can be easily recorded on site using the VHX-1000 digital microscope's integrated, high-capacity 160GB HDD. The original high speed filing system ensures stress free handling of high volume images, and file names, titles, organisation names, lenses and magnifications used can be registered, providing for quick image searches.
The VHX-1000 digital microscope is also equipped with a video record/replay function that can accurately and completely record chronological changes and subtle movements of the target. Data can be recorded for up to an hour, at up to 28 frames p/s. Users can fast forward, advance the frame, and capture a still image from the video. Moreover, the video is recorded as an AVI file that can be replayed with the VHX-1000 itself, or a PC.
These digital microscopes can automatically save images based on a time setting. Using the LAN function, users can observe the images being captured by having them sent directly to their PC. The light used for observation is automatically turned off between image captures, saving the life of the lamp.
With the added modes, the VHX-1000 digital microscope offers a wider range of measurement with 13 modes in total. The basic operation has also been greatly improved by allowing measurement point re-positioning and measurement-free display functions.