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ProductsDP12 Digital Microscope Camera
Company Olympus America Scientific
Item DP12 Digital Microscope Camera
Features 
  • 3.34 Megapixel (2048 x 1536) 1/1.8" (~0.55") interlace scan CCD.
  • High-resolution, large, 3.5" tilting 200,000 pixel color LCD monitor (now integrated into the separate compact control unit) for easy, accurate focusing and framing. Allows display of 16 images at once!
  • Easy use of operation; the DP12 is operated entirely from the separate handset control unit. Users can choose between 3 ISO ratings and automatic or manual exposure modes ensuring acquisition of images with optimum quality.
  • Easy image adjustment with 3 white balance selections, 1% spot metering, 30% average metering, and 1/3 stop exposure adjustment.
  • New focusing indicator and 2X electronic zoom function for easy low magnification focusing.
  • Calibrated scale bar that can be superimposed horizontally or vertically on the displayed image.
  • Single storage SmartMediaTM slot for SmartMediaTM memory cards (up to 128MB).
  • USB interface located on the separate handset control unit for optional connection to a PC.
  • Images can be acquired in color or grayscale.
  • Standard C-mount thread.
Description The Olympus DP12 Digital Microscope Camera sets a new standard for high-quality digital photomicrography with 3.34 million pixels. Taking a page from the highly successful DP11 Digital Camera, the new DP12 incorporates many new features to meet changing demands.
  • CCD - 1/1.8 inch interlace scan
  • Exposure Time - 1/4000 sec. - 1/12 sec., Manual 1/4000 sec. - 8 sec.
  • Live Image Display - 30 Frames/sec max.
  • Data Output - USB
Info Olympus America Scientific
Customer Service: (800) 645-8160
Web site: http://www.olympusamerica.com

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