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Color Fluorescence Microscope Camera

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Color Fluorescence Microscope CameraThe DP74 color fluorescence microscope camera from Olympus Corp. combines advanced image processing technology, a low-noise design and easy-to-use software to deliver smooth, true-to-life images in demanding life sciences and industrial applications.

Optimized for fluorescence color imaging, the DP74 microscope camera enables users to capture publication-quality images of fast-moving specimens with a frame rate of up to 60 fps, minimizing jitter. High-definition images are delivered with a resolution of up to 1200p for outstanding sharpness

When imaging under high magnification, the position navigator enables users to see where they are on the overall sample slide. The CMOS image sensor with a low-noise design, 3CMOS software mode and advanced image processing capture fine color detail for better color resolution.

Feb/Mar 2017

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