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Photonics Spectra
Feb 2006
Nikon Instruments Inc.Request Info
The Digital Eclipse DXM1200C is a photomicrographic camera made by Nikon Instruments Inc. and featuring a Peltier cooling mechanism that maintains the temperature at 20 °C below ambient and decreases heat-induced noise. The camera offers improved resolution and added software for better control, digital viewing and image capture in low-light applications. Using proprietary pixel-stepping technology, the camera can capture image files with up to 12.6 million pixels. It uses a color Bayer mask 2/3-in. CCD chip with 1.45 million effective pixels and offers 14 modes of image frame size capture. Shutter speeds range from 1/16,000 s up to 60 s, and the signal-to-noise ratio is about 50 dB.


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photomicrographic camera
A still or motion-picture camera designed to photograph through a microscope. Photomicrographic equipment usually contains a beamsplitter or other means for simultaneously viewing, orienting and focusing the microscope image, and a means for adjusting the height and angle in relation to the microscope.
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