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Microscopy PowerPack

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AHRENSBURG, Germany, Aug. 29, 2016 — Basler AG has announced the PowerPack for Microscopy, as well as an enhanced version of its microscopy software.

The PowerPack includes the Microscopy Pulse 3.3-MP camera which offers impressive image quality and an attractive sensor format. With its 4:3 sensor format, the Pulse 3.3-MP fits perfectly to the image circle of a microscope. With its CMOS sensor by Aptina, this pulse model reaches up to 20 fps.

The software features image adjustment sliders on the top level of the user interface and shows the speed of the camera measured in fps. The frame rate speedometer shows how user settings affect the camera’s speed and helps users find optimal settings for camera speed and real-time viewing. Due to optimized camera pre-settings, additional improvements have been made to white balance and color fidelity.
Aug 2016
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