Microscopy & Microtechniques
New Scientific-grade Cameras Announced
Nov 12 2018 Read 2851 Times
Motic China Group Co, Ltd, a manufacturer of traditional light microscopes, microscope camera systems and all-in-one pathology solutions announces the launch of a new S-Line of Moticams - their best-selling cameras - setting a benchmark in the development of their professional microscopy solution palette.
Coming hot on the heels of the successful and award-winning Panthera line of compound microscopes, the new Moticam S-Line perfectly complements any microscope by integrating not only class-leading form factors but also the latest in component and assembly technology.
This German designed camera uses the latest back-illuminated sensors to deliver faster frame rates and powerful image quality even for low-light microscopy. The compact design means that it will be a perfect fit for almost any microscope and can easily be integrated in any system. Being a Moticam, this new line of course still comes equipped with the newly adapted Motic Images Plus suite of software as well as various plug-in, SDK and programing solutions.
"The new Moticam S-Line is going to be another milestone in Motic's history. The qualitative leap is going to provide the user with better and faster image quality even under difficult illumination conditions and, as always with our cameras, it's going to be at everyone's reach," said Andrés López, Digital Specialist at Motic Europe.
Contact a Motic representative for more information about the new S-Line Cameras.
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