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HD Microscopy Cameras

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Dage-MTI’s RealView HD (high-definition) microscopy cameras combine Toshiba Imaging Systems Div.’s imaging technology with specially formatted preset values for use in microscopy applications. The RealView HD-330 microscope camera offers fast-frame-rate operation in 1080i mode at 30 fps and features smooth motion. The high signal-to-noise ratio enables good sensitivity with clear definition and color contrast, even in low-light conditions. Dage-MTI has incorporated Toshiba’s three-CCD prism block technology to ensure high-definition color imagery. The three-chip camera is designed for applications in pathology labs, cell biology, fluorescence imaging, teaching environments, and ophthalmic and dental surgery. The single-chip RealView HD-210 microscope camera operates at 60 fps and provides good detail from the 2.1-megapixel sensor. It can be used by tumor review boards and during clinical rounds.

May 2011

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