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  • Pleora’s iPort CL-U3 External Frame Grabbers reduces cabling complexity and system costs in microscopy applications

    Microscopy systems often use a Camera Link camera to transmit microscopic images to a computer to observe and analyse. The Camera Link video interface requires bulky, specialised cabling and a PCIe frame grabber to capture images at the computer, resulting in more intricate systems, higher costs and limited component selection. In…

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  • How to set up a USB 3.0 Camera System

    USB3 Vision is an industrial image processing standard released over three years ago and has achieved great results. A growing range of camera manufacturers are working with the standard, and the number of peripheral devices that are compatible are rising rapidly. The USB3 Vision standard is based on the new USB…

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  • Basler PGI Improves Image Quality

    Basler have introduced a new in-camera image optimisation technology called PGI which improves image quality using a combination of improved sharpness, denoising, colour anti-aliasing and 5 x 5 debayering. The PGI feature set is available in all dart and pulse cameras and ace camera models with sensors from the Sony Pregius series or PYTHON sensors…

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  • How can you find the right Digital Camera for your Microscopy application?

    What are the features of digital microscopy systems? Microscopy systems require the microscope itself, a selection of suitable lenses, a light source and, in some cases, filters and polarising lenses depending on whether coloured dyes or contrast procedures are being used. The special requirements of the application are crucial for determining which…

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