2011

Microscopy Color Camera

Olympus (Center Valley, PA) has released the DP26, a high-resolution digital color camera for microscopy. Incorporating a 5-megapixel, scientific-grade CCD sensor, the DP26 allows users to browse samples without the use of eyepieces.

altThe DP26 generates a live image feed, achieved via an advanced progressive scan mode, which is available at all supported resolutions and relies upon a 1394b FireWire connection to the computer. A frame rate of 16 frames per second is possible at the resolutions offered by most laboratory monitors. For specialty equipment capable of displaying 5 megapixels, the system provides a refresh rate of 7 fps. The DP26 software packages feature automatic shading correction, rapid white balance adjustment, auto-exposure, and measurement tools. A file manager also records exposure settings, magnifications, and other parameters for future reference.


For Free Info Visit http://info.hotims.com/34458-154


White Papers

The Less is More Approach to Robotic Cable Management
Sponsored by igus
Finding the Right Manufacturer for Your Design
Sponsored by Sunstone Circuits
Force and Torque Measurement Traceability
Sponsored by Morehouse
Refractory Metal Fasteners for Extreme Conditions: The Basics
Sponsored by Goodfellow
Measurement of Harmonics using Spectrum Analyzers
Sponsored by Rohde and Schwarz A and D
An Alternative to Check Fixtures
Sponsored by Faro

White Papers Sponsored By: