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Company Carl Zeiss MicroImaging, Inc.
Item Axiocam HR
Features Ultra-high resolution and fluorescence in one system. Axiocam HR offers the very best image quality in all fields of work. It can also be adapted to best suit your requirements, with the option of selecting from various resolution levels up to 3900 x 3090 pixels. The Axiovision digital imaging software offered together with Axiocam HR ensures convenient camera operation and also allows you to process, analyze and archive your images. Axiocam's CCD color sensor generates recordings with absolute color accuracy. Real-time on-line images in color. Axiocam HR is extremely compact and works without an external control box. There is no mechanical shutter, no filter wheels and no cooling fan, which means that the quality of recordings is not impaired by vibrations. Long, interference- free fiberoptic cables create the connection to the PC. The high dynamics of 14 bits per color channel allow you to save and subsequently process your recordings with maxi-mum color accuracy and image quality.
Description The AxioCam HR from Carl Zeiss was developed for the microscopist by the microscopy expert. Not only does it generate needle-sharp, color-fast images in all image formats, it is also optimally adjusted to work with the microscope and fully integrated with the software. What's more it also allows you to work more productively, as digital technology guarantees that your working processes, from image acquisition, via image processing through to archiving, takes place with maximum efficiency.
Info Carl Zeiss MicroImaging, Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 233-2343
Web site: http://www.zeiss.com/micro

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