The Cascade:128 CCD camera can collect more than 500 full frames of true 16-bit date per second. Faster frame rates can be achieved via subregion readout or binning.
The Digital Eclipse C1-Plus Modular Confocal System (Nikon Instruments) features scan head optics that boost optical performance to 400 nm.
A plate handler has been integrated with the Opera high throughput confocal screening system, permitting fully automated cell-based screening.
Based on Auto-Montage reconstruction technology, Auto-Montage Essentials selects and combines the focused areas from source image files (Bitmap, JPEG, and TIFF format) captured by any digital camera. It then produces a focused "montage" image as well as a Depth Map and 3-D anaglyph.
Sony Visual Imaging Products has introduced six IEEE 1394 high-resolution digital cameras that are available for bioscience applications.
KODAK Darkroom Illuminator LED safelight provides efficient illumination and reduced maintenance in the scientific imaging laboratory.
Proprietary camera adapters offer image capture through nearly any microscope or stereoscope, and mount quickly and easily with thumbscrews. Several adapters are available for use with either 35-mm or digital cameras, and most are compatible with all major brands of SLR cameras.
PictureFrame 2.1 image-processing suite is included with QuantiFire, MacroFire, MicroFire, and MicroFire monochrome cameras from Optronics.
P-563.3CD PIMars long-travel piezo scanning/nanomanipulation system provides resolution in the nanometer realm and 300 × 300 × 300 μm travel in XYZ axes.
Utilizing the latest in plug-and-play broadband fiber technology, this flexible laser combiner, based on the 405-nm fiber-coupled laser, allows microscopy users and OEM instrument designers to take advantage of new analytical techniques.
iTEM image analysis platform offers TEM-specific functions, processing, analysis, visualization, image and data archiving, as well as automation and report generation.
AlphaImager Imaging System provides gel documentation and analysis with real-time video response, acquisition, analysis, and a firewire camera in one package. It includes a motorized zoom lens as standard at a price lower than the earlier generation AlphaImager 2200 Imaging System.
Conductive AFM is a current-sensing technique for electrical characterization of conductivity variations in resistive samples. A new module has been introduced, ORCA, for conductive AFM measurements using the MFP-3D AFM System.
QuantiScan for Windows analyzes images such materials as polyacrylamide and agarose gels, autoradiograms, TLC plates, etc. QuantiScan accepts image files from any source including scanners and cameras, and has separate modules for the analysis of gels in lanes and discrete blots.