The KX32ME and KX85 cameras from Apogee Instruments have 14-bit digitization that captures the elusive details overlooked by most current systems. The KX32ME has the highest sensitivity and dynamic range of any camera in its class. The CCD sensor is thermoelectrically cooled to minimize dark current and thus maximize signal-to-noise ratio.It is C-mount parfocal for easy and inexpensive mounting on microscopes. Easy to use, feature-rich image-acquisition and -analysis software is included with every camera. Focusing is easily done by reading out a subarray of the CCD for a fast framing rate.For those on a more limited budget, the KX85 has many of the above powerful features, such as thermoelectric cooling, C-mount, complimentary software and subarray framing.For more information about cameras that bring out the subtle and, until now, elusive details from your specimen, please visit our Web site. This and other contact information can be found on the contents page of this Mini-Magazine.