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Microscope CamerasThe Axiocam 702 mono and Axiocam 512 color microscope cameras from Carl Zeiss AG complement the current portfolio of high-speed USB 3.0 microscope cameras.

The Axiocam 702 mono features scientific CMOS sensor. Users benefit from low read noise, excellent low-light sensitivity and high speed for live-cell imaging and acquisition of fast processes. The Axiocam 702 mono features a 1/1.2-in. sensor with a resolution of 2.3 MP, making it an attractive entry into the world of scientific CMOS imaging.

Axiocam 512 color allows acquisition of large sample areas in one high resolution, true color image. The 12-MP CCD sensor with a size of 1 in. delivers an excellent live image and high acquisition speed. The Axiocam 512 color, in combination with low magnification and zoom objectives, offers optimal resolution for imaging of large specimens without stitching.

Nov/Dec 2017

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