Basler Expands Microscopy PowerPack

Basler Expands Microscopy PowerPack
Basler Inc.

Basler AG is supplementing its PowerPacks for Microscopy with additional Microscopy ace camera models including the latest CMOS sensor technology. The Microscopy ace 3.2 MP and Microscopy ace 5.1 MP are equipped with Sony´s high-quality Pregius sensors that provide a speed of up to 55 images per second. The Microscopy ace 1.3 MP 160 and Microscopy ace 1.3 MP 200 offer higher speeds. In combination with their high sensitivity, these cameras with ON Semiconductor´s sensors reach a resolution of 1.3 MP at up to 200 images per second. They are therefore particularly suitable for the analysis of cell movement, in spermatology, or for fast movement patterns, such as in veterinary medicine.

All Basler PowerPacks for Microscopy now include a first-of-its-kind sharpening feature to optimize the image for depth of focus. When the magnification is high, the user has to determine one depth level to put in focus. Other image areas remain blurred. The patented algorithm ensures that the user can bring more sharpness into the entire picture. Unlike other manufacturers´ products, this in-camera image optimization feature works without affecting the speed of the camera or the real-time image transmission. Additionally, the white balance is improved to make the white color appear more pure and radiant.

Basler Inc.
Exton, PA 19341
610-280-0171
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http://www.baslerweb.com

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