Evident/Olympus Digital Microscope Cameras Unlock High-Quality Imaging

With Evident/Olympus digital microscope cameras, users are able to take high-quality images of their samples. The high resolution makes it possible to display clear, live pictures at their full resolution, allowing for clear observation and real-time focusing.

These digital microscope cameras were made specifically for use with microscopes. The digital microscope cameras possess superior live frame rates at full resolution, offering seamless interoperability with both Olympus microscopes and image analysis software programs.

Users can construct a productive analysis station for gathering microscope pictures, filtering, measuring, recording, and archiving when used in conjunction with OLYMPUS Stream image analysis software.

Digital Cameras for Microscopes

LC35 Digital Camera for Microscopes

Digital Cameras for Microscopes

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Under various observational circumstances, the LC35 digital microscope camera offers reasonably priced brightfield pictures for a variety of materials.

The LC35 color microscope camera strikes a compromise between price and image quality with its 3.5-megapixel CMOS sensor, up to 40 frames per second frame rate, and simple integration with Olympus microscopes and software.

DP23M

Digital Cameras for Microscopes

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The DP23M, a 6.4-megapixel digital camera with up to 1000 nm spectral response, has been designed for near-infrared microscopy applications and trustworthy, excellent greyscale and infrared microscope pictures.

DP28 Digital Camera for Microscopes

Digital Cameras for Microscopes

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To deliver high-quality, artifact-free photographs of any inspection samples, the DP28 digital microscope camera combines potent features, exact color accuracy, and up to 4K resolution over a broad field of view. With visuals that are crisp and sharp even while the stage is moving, users can conduct inspections quickly and effectively.

DP74 Digital Camera for Microscopes

Digital Cameras for Microscopes

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Advanced features are supported by the DP74 color camera to take high-quality pictures of samples. The camera combines full HD picture resolution at 60 frames per second with a large field of vision and a diagonal length of 21 mm (fps).

The CMOS in the DP74s Global shutter exposes every pixel at once, removing distortion (even with a moving stage) and allowing users to rapidly and efficiently capture photographs.

The DP74 camera has a strong noise reduction feature and a high gain sensitivity level, making it ideal for fluorescence imaging. Even without a motorized stage, the position navigator will always let users know their location in the sample.

SC180 Digital Camera for Microscopes

Digital Cameras for Microscopes

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The SC180 color camera’s 18-megapixel high-resolution captures the intricate features and structures of the sample. By resolving more digitally acquired data on the screen than what users can normally see through the eyepieces, the camera makes it possible to make meaningful observations.

DP23 Digital Camera for Microscopes

Digital Cameras for Microscopes

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The DP23 digital microscope camera streamlines the process by combining excellent image quality with accurate color accuracy and easy features. The DP23 camera is essential when it comes to carrying out practically any industrial imaging application as it offers cutting-edge features matched with exceptional pricing.

Digital Camera for Microscope FAQs

How to Choose a Microscope Camera?

When selecting a microscope camera, there are many things to consider, and what is ideal for one will vary based on individual demands. Finding the right camera and lenses for the intended application is the most crucial step.

The most important characteristics to examine when evaluating an image’s quality are its resolution, sensitivity to noise, frame rate, dynamic range, field of vision, and color reproduction.

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