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Ultra sensitive CCD microscopy camera from Scitech

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Scitech introduce the new Lumenera INFINITY3-1U Ultra sensitive CCD microscopy camera. The Ultra sensitive CCD microscopy camera's adaptability to vary resolution and frame rate requirements, combined with low noise performance and 8 or 12-bit pixel data mode, make the Infinity3-1U Ultra sensitive CCD microscopy camera an ideal camera for both live and fixed cell imaging.

Live video preview allows for real-time focus; while auto exposure and auto/manual white balance efficiently capture your optimal image. Uncompressed images in live streaming video and still-image capture are provided across a USB 2.0 digital interface. This complete solution includes Lumenera’s Infinity Capture and Infinity analyse software, and is offered with both colour and monochrome capability. Advanced camera control is available through a Software Developers Kit, while Twain and Directx drivers ensure integration and compatibility with a variety of 3rd party software applications.

Features of the ultra sensitive microscopy camera include:

  • offers large 6.45ux6.45u pixels in a 2/3 format with a maximum resolution of 1392x1040
  • It employs the Sony ICX285 1.4 megapixel CCD sensor
  • the Ultra sensitive CCD microscopy cameras near-perfect colour rendition makes it an useful addition to any clinical laboratory
  • Low noise progressive scan 1.4 megapixel CCD image sensor
  • Crisp color quality for the most demanding brightfield, phase contrast, and fluorescent applications including GFP, FISH, NIR, FRET, life science and geology
  • High-speed USB 2.0 interface for ease of installation on any computer
  • Select 8 & 12-bit pixel data modes
Application that the ultra sensitive microscopy camera can be used in include:
  • The microscopy camera can be used in fluorescent microscopy
  • Green Fluorescent Protein Applications
  • Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization
  • The microscopy camera is used in DNA Analysis
  • Live Cell Imaging
  • Brightfield, Darkfield, DIC/Phase techniques
  • Near IR Applications
  • Histology, Pathology and Cytology
  • Forensic Analysis
  • Semiconductor Inspection
  • Metallurgical Microscopy
  • The microscopy camera is also used in gel documentation

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