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QSI Announces RS Series of Deep Cooled CCD Cameras
Date:1/15/2013

ludes FFT analysis of every camera to ensure the highest possible image quality, performance and reliability.

All QSI’s world-class scientific cameras are proudly designed and manufactured in the United States. QSI’s headquarters and manufacturing facility is located in southern Mississippi, not far from New Orleans and NASA Stennis Space Center.

QSI RS Series cameras can easily be attached to a wide variety of microscopes and other instruments. Even with the mechanical shutter and available internal 5 or 8-position color filter wheel, careful mechanical design and minimal back focus allows the use of DSLR lenses using the available Nikon F-mount and Canon EOS lens adapters. Standard C-mount and T-mount adapters are also available.

The QSI RS Series offers extensive software support including camera control with LabVIEW™ and a MATLAB® Image Acquisition Toolbox Driver. Windows COM and Linux application programming interfaces (API) are included with all QSI RS Series cameras enabling users to write custom camera control applications.

The superb imaging performance of QSI RS Series cameras is wrapped in an attractive and compact design with outstanding power efficiency. The refined engineering and impressive fit, finish and attention to detail are designed to exceed the highest expectations.

Retail prices for QSI RS Series cameras begin as low as $4,495 making them an exceptional value for a 16-bit, deep cooled scientific camera. OEM configurations are available. Resellers inquiries are invited.

Additional information about the QSI RS Series cameras can be found at http://www.QSImaging.com/products.html.

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