The PAXcam2+ digital microscope camera from MIS, Villa Park, IL, has a CCD sensor with the ability to capture low-light images, and features an enhanced dynamic range for color rendition and tonal qualities in captured images. The camera addresses microscopy applications such as polarized light, darkfield, Nomarski DIC, and fluorescence applications. The camera includes extended camera exposure range, low-light sensitivity, and true-color display and capture. All PAX-cams have a continuous white balance function, external mount for use as a macro camera, and USB-2 connectivity. The camera is suitable for applications such as microelectronics, semiconductor, LCD display manufacturing, materials sciences, and life sciences applications.
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