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Monochrome Microscope Camera

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Monochrome Microscope CameraThe DP23M Monochrome Microscope Camera from Olympus Corp. provides premium fluorescence images in a cost-effective package.

The camera’s sensitive back-side illuminated monochrome CMOS sensor, 6.4-MP resolution, fast frame rate, and advanced features combine to deliver bright fluorescence images of even very dim samples for fluorescence protein expression checks and routine fluorescence imaging and documentation. For added flexibility, the camera also supports phase contrast, inversion contrast, and differential interference contrast microscopy techniques.

Fluorescence images are captured with a high signal-to-noise ratio while Olympus Smart Image Averaging further reduces noise during live viewing to make even small, subtle details in the sample visible. With a broad spectral range from 400 to 1000 nm, users can image samples using popular IR dyes.

Jan/Feb 2022

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