Nikon’s equalized light source-visible (ELS-VIS) reportedly enables the user to freely manipulate light by using a programmable filter. The ELS can reportedly generate light at various wavelengths, and has a wavelength band of 400 to 720 and resolution options of 10 nm, 20 nm, 30 nm and 40 nm. Software included with the ELS-VIS features irradiation spectroscopic data equalizing, wavelength feed function, correlated color temperate display and more, says Nikon.
Image Sensing 2013 booth: A-8
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Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
Product: ELS-VIS tunable light source.
Key Features: Wavelength band of 400 – 720 nm, 10 nm/20 nm/30 nm/40 nm wavelength resolutions, centroid wavelength accuracy of ± 1nm or less
What Nikon says:
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