The Imager LX camera family is an advanced, high resolution, progressive scan, fully programmable CCD camera series, ideally for large flow field areas. These cameras deliver up to 14 bit digital images and give unsurpassed resolution from 8 MegaPixel to 29 MegaPixel combined with a short interframe time down to 0.3 µs. All camera models come with a compact design and they are equipped with a modern Gigabit Ethernet interface for easy and fast data storing to the computer.
Makroskops are non-stereo zoom microscopes, designed specifically for low power/high resolution work. The M420 incorporates a trinocular head, its phototube will support a film, digital, or CCTV camera. The head contains a 50:50 beam splitter for convenient photography. The microscope pictured has a zoom range from 6.2 to 32 times, 10x Wild adjustable diopter eyepieces, large swinging arm stand with double truss carrier rods and ring light with 150 watt halogen illuminator.
The Olympus DP27 is a highly evolved digital color camera system, answering the needs of many scientific microscopy and routine imaging purposes, including documentation, reporting and analysis. Advanced technologies such as the Progressive Scan readout of the chip guarantee a live image which is fast, fluid and free from distracting artifacts e.g. image striping or color ghosts, making day-long routine work more comfortable and efficient.
Incorporates its very own microcomputer for extensive automation of most functions including selection of illumination systems in conjunction with objective change. Automated photographic functions are built-in for increased ease of operation, and automatic focus from 1-10x magnifications completely eliminates the focusing problems inherent in low magnification photomicrography.
•Built-in auto exposure function
•Provision for 3 camera attachment
•Special viewfinder lets you see what you are exposing
The Scientific Equipment Group of OLYMPUS AMERICA, INC. introduces the IX51 inverted microscopy system for practical convenience and cost-effective performance for live cell study, in vitro fertilization and other cellular injection applications. Improved optics, compact design and the ability to accommodate a large variety of sample vessels enhance performance over previous models.
The 3 is a versatile laser scanner for biomolecular imaging applications. We use it primarily for in-gel visualization of protein targets of fluorescent small molecules (activity-based protein profiling). It can be, however, also used in many other applications. For example, it allows sensitive and quantitative measurements of radioisotopic labels by storage phosphor, analysis of chemifluorescent Western blots, and multiplex fluorescence (e.g. DIGE applications, Western blotting with fluorescent antibodies).
Has magnification of 50x, 100x, 250x, 500x and 1,000x. The 8” XY stage features coarse and fine adjustments. Uses computer software which allows image capture and measurement. Also has Infra-red vision and limited fluorescence filter capabilities.