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Olympus unveils new versatile 12.8 megapixel digital microscopy camera

Olympus Life Science Europa - Microscopy : 03 October, 2008  (New Product)
The new 12.8 megapixel Olympus DP72 digital microscopy camera combines high sensitivity, speed, resolution and quality, with no restrictions.
The new DP72 digital camera is flexible and features advanced image processing capabilities, making it ideal for pathology applications, where faithful colour reproduction is essential for clear and consistent diagnoses. The re-mastered pixelshift technology provides high-definition images with the single click of a button.

Capturing a 12.8 megapixel (4140 x 3096 pixels), full-resolution image with clarity and detail is achieved in under 2.5 seconds. The best-in-class camera provides a range of image resolutions to suit all magnifications and experimental requirements. In live-mode, 1360 x 1024 pixel images can be displayed at 15 frames per second (FPS) without any colour shift during sample movement, making it ideal for live imaging documentation.

Additionally, even if a specimen is wholly or partially dark, the flexibility of the DP72 allows it to record black and white images with sensitivity and low background noise. This precision is ensured for the faintest of images, via the Peltier-based cooling which maintains a temperature of 10 degrees C below ambient.

The custom monochrome function allows the user to maximise the readout intensity of specific dyes by accentuating the respective pixel colour. Sensitivity can be increased by implementing binning modes, which combine the light intensity of 2 x 2 or 4 x 4 pixel areas. As a result, clear, sharp images are produced consistently for all illumination methods and experimental protocols.

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