ZEISS introduces four new high-quality CMOS cameras for digital imaging in light microscopy, completing the company's ZEISS Axiocam portfolio. The new microscope cameras ZEISS Axiocam 705 color and 712 color can be used for histology, pathology, or material research and analysis, thanks to color rendition and an improved dynamic range.
For instance, ZEISS Axiocam 705 mono and 712 mono are suitable for fluorescence live-cell imaging with fast frame rates and high dynamic range. Also, their extended near-IR sensitivity allows for deeper insights into sample structures.
The performance of the new ZEISS Axiocam microscope cameras relies on new high-quality CMOS sensors, which feature small 3.45 µm pixels and low noise levels in combination with the fast USB 3.0 platform, the company reported in a news release.
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