Apr. 04, 2013
Dr. Keith Bennett, Senior Technician at Hamamatsu Photonics introduces ORCA-Flash4.0 V2. This digital camera has two scan speeds, a lightsheet readout mode and individualized documentation.
moreApr. 20, 2012
Lumenera has introduced Lg11059, a high resolution 11 megapixel Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) digital camera for industrial and scientific imaging applications.
The camera offers five frames per second at full 4008 x 2672 resolution, high dynamic range of up to 66 dB, integrated Canon EF lens mount, selectable eight or 14-bit image data plus locking GigE power and GPI/O (Hirose) connectors.
moreOct. 05, 2011
Olympus has introduced the new, easy-to-use SC100 digital colour camera for high quality brightfield imaging, especially where optimal colour reproduction and superior resolution are required.
The 10.5 megapixels sensor of the SC100 allows samples to be investigated in minute detail, particularly when using a low magnification objective. This frees users from needing to take multiple, high magnification images of a sample to preserve resolution.
moreAug. 18, 2011
QImaging has introduced the Rolera Thunder EMCCD microscopy camera, a high-sensitive, low-light fluorescence imaging EMCCD camera.
• Super resolution microscopy (STORM, PALM)
• Single molecule fluorescence microscopy
• Bose-Einstein condensate
moreAug. 15, 2011
Olympus has added DP26, a five megapixel color digital camera to its portfolio. The camera is optimized for viewing, documentation, reporting and analysis using a microscope.
moreJul. 30, 2010
Peqlab announced a distribution partnership with AMG, a division of Westover Scientific, to become the exclusive distributor of EVOS microscopes in Germany and Austria. EVOS microscopes are advanced all-in-one workstations featuring patented LED technology, a built-in computer, and integrated imaging software. EVOS inverted microscopes are available in fluorescence or transmitted light models.
moreJun. 15, 2010
Jenoptik has now added two USB camera types to its ProgRes CCD microscope camera range: ProgRes SpeedXT core 3 and ProgRes SpeedXT core 5. Establishing this new product range, Jenoptik meets the increased requirements of a large user community in the industrial and scientific areas demanding perfect image quality in connection with outstanding speed.
moreApr. 14, 2010
Hamamatsu introduced the Orca-flash2.8, the first high-sensitivity digital camera based on a next-generation Scientific CMOS image sensor. Designed for low-light imaging at high frame rates, this new camera combines high resolution, sensitivity and speed as well as low noise.
As part of their long-term development program, this new camera is now being delivered to customers incorporating a 2.8M pixel Scientific CMOS sensor.
moreDec. 14, 2009
Olympus has introduced the DP21 digital microscopy camera for high-definition (HD) image capture. Suitable for use in life science and materials microscopy, this 2.11 megapixel camera allows easy observation, focusing and framing, while enabling the smooth display of real-time 1600x1200 (UXGA) images. Furthermore, the intuitive handset enables all actions to be completed without the use of a PC.
moreOct. 11, 2009
The Olympus DP71 digital camera offers unmatched versatility for microscopists, combining highest sensitivity with fast image acquisition rates and colour match performance. New features mean that the DP71 now unites unrivalled performance in brightfield- and fluorescence-imaging, in one camera.The new Olympus DP71 digital camera uses the latest interface technology and a high sensitivity 2/3 CCD to provide the fastest image acquisition rates of any comparable camera.