The FSC2 borescope camera from Schoelly Imaging, Worcester, MA, includes an integrated LED light at the camera head, eliminating the need for light cables in remote vision testing of small bores and other inaccessible areas. The small CCU features auto white balance, variable brightness control, AGC, and a custom window feature that fits the image to the camera chip. Outputs include composite video, S-Video, and a USB 2.0 digital port for capturing images to a PC. Probes are available in diameters ranging from 0.35 to 2.7mm, and can be attached via a bayonet quick mount.
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