Microscopy & Microtechniques
Progres® Mfcool - Goes Monochrome.
Dec 20 2005 Read 1922 Times
The cooled 14bit camera with a resolution of 1.4 million pixel delivers detailed images and assures a sparing treatment of your fluorescence samples due to high image refresh rates of up to 45 frames per second offered in several binning-modes. The sensitivity and the quality of the image is additionally improved by an analogue gain and a switchable thermo-electrical cooling.
The image capture software ProgRes ® Capture Basic, included in delivery, has been extended by a sophisticated fluorescence mode, guiding the user through a predetermined capture procedure and supporting him during combination of different filter images. Multi-color fluorescence images can be combined from up to 5 single shots. Furthermore, the mode enables the user to minimize auto-fluorescence already during image capture.
Of course, the ProgRes ® MFcool can be externally triggered and is easily adoptable to any microscope or PC in combination with C-Mount and FireWire ® interface. For color-requiring applications in other areas of light microscopy this camera is available with a color sensor under the name ProgRes ® CFcool.
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