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Monochrome Microscope Camera

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MELVILLE, N.Y., Feb. 10, 2023 — Monochrome Microscope CameraThe Digital Sight 50M monochrome microscope camera from Nikon Instruments Inc. conducts high-precision analysis and large-volume sampling for use in applications such as well plate screening.

Specifically designed for cell screening with a 60-MP resolution, the camera makes it possible to efficiently automate acquisition and analysis with integrated NIS-Elements image software. It can capture images of individual wells with a single shot and acquire images of regions of interest at high magnifications. Fluorescence sensitivity of 1.5× can capture high-speed events and reduce sample damage.
Feb 2023

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