Ergoscope® 60fps 2 Megapixel Color Microscope Camera with HDMI Output

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Ergoscope® 60fps 2 Megapixel Color Microscope Camera with HDMI Output Specs

CMOS. Image Sensor Size: 1/2 in. 2.0 Megapixels. HDMI. C-Mount. 60fps@1920×1080. Camera Crosshairs: Cross Line. 8 Movable Lines. Memory Type: SD. 4G. Max. Supported Memory Card: 32G. Input Voltage: DC 5V.

Ergoscope® 60fps 2 Megapixel Color Microscope Camera with HDMI Output

About the Ergoscope® 60fps 2 Megapixel Color Microscope Camera with HDMI Output

Introducing the Ergoscope® 60fps 2 Megapixel Color Microscope Camera with HDMI Output, the perfect solution for high-resolution imaging in microscopy. This state-of-the-art camera is equipped with a CMOS sensor, ensuring sharp and vibrant images with every capture. Designed for seamless integration with your existing microscope setup, this camera offers unparalleled performance and convenience.

The heart of this microscope camera is its 1/2 inch, 2.0 Megapixel image sensor, which delivers stunning detail and color accuracy. With an impressive frame rate of 60fps at 1920×1080 resolution, you can capture smooth and clear videos, making it ideal for both live demonstrations and recorded presentations. The HDMI output allows for direct connection to monitors and projectors, ensuring that your audience can view the microscopy images in real-time with exceptional clarity.

The Ergoscope® camera features a C-Mount, providing compatibility with a wide range of microscopes. Its versatile design includes camera crosshairs with a cross line and eight movable lines, allowing for precise measurements and annotations directly on the live image. This feature is particularly useful for educational purposes, quality control, and detailed analyses.

Memory management is made easy with the built-in SD card slot. The camera comes with a 4G SD card and supports memory cards up to 32G, offering ample storage for your images and videos. This ensures that you have the capacity to save your work and transfer files effortlessly when needed.

Powering the Ergoscope® microscope camera is straightforward, thanks to its input voltage of DC 5V. This allows for flexible and convenient power options, whether you are in a lab or a field setting. The compact and lightweight design of the camera ensures that it can be easily transported and set up wherever your work takes you.

The Ergoscope® 60fps 2 Megapixel Color Microscope Camera with HDMI Output is an invaluable tool for researchers, educators, and professionals who require high-quality imaging and versatile functionality. Its advanced features and reliable performance make it a top choice for enhancing your microscopy experience. Whether you are conducting scientific research, teaching students, or performing industrial inspections, this microscope camera will elevate your work to new levels of precision and clarity.

Experience the difference that the Ergoscope® 60fps 2 Megapixel Color Microscope Camera with HDMI Output can make in your microscopy applications. Order yours today and take your imaging capabilities to the next level.

Microscope Camera

Microscope camera is also called camera, video-camera, industrial camera.

Camera is a device in which a microscope or lens converts an optically magnified image into an electrical signal and displays its image on a terminal display.

According to the difference of signal acquisition and output modes, camera can be divided into analog camera and digital camera; according to the difference of image sensor, camera can also be divided into CCD camera and CMOS camera.

For cameras used in microscopes, the most important requirement is to display images on the terminal display. Different cameras also have image acquisition, storage and processing functions.

HDMI Camera

The camera outputs digital signals, which are output to the display through the HDMI adapter. There are usually two types of HDMI adapters, namely, HDMI A type adapter, and HDMI Mini type adapter.

CMOS

CMOS, or complementary metal oxide semiconductor.

Both CMOS and CCD sensors have their own respective advantages and disadvantages. As a kind of photoelectric conversion sensor, among the current cameras, CMOS is relatively more widely used.

As seen in Quality Magazine and CNC West.
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