The SpectroCam™ Multispectral Imaging (MSI) Camera from Ocean Thin
Films (OTF) (Largo, FL) combines a scientific-grade CCD array with a precision
rotating optical filter wheel. With a single-point spectrometer, users
can analyze spectral differences from sample to sample and then, by selecting
discrete filters in and around spectral areas with the most significant
differences, use SpectroCam to create an image that shows vivid
contrast between the samples. The SpectroCam has a wideband CCD
that is responsive from the visible through near-infrared spectrum. Image
speed is 20 fps at full resolution, and the standard F-Mount configuration
accommodates a range of lens choices, focal lengths, and fields of view. Each
system includes a lens, eight standard interchangeable filters, and software.
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