The Imaging Source release 13 MPixel USB 3.0 microscope camera
The Imaging Source has announced the immediate availability of the first model in its line of USB 3.0 CMOS color microscope cameras, the 13 MPixel DFK MKU130-10x22.
The Imaging Source has announced the immediate availability of the first model in its line of USB 3.0 CMOS color microscope cameras, the 13 MPixel DFK MKU130-10x22. The area scan camera features a 1/2.5” Sony CMOS Exmor image sensor with a 1.4 µm x 1.4 µm pixel size and top frame rate of 30 fps. With the camera’s USB 3.0 interface, a 1920 x 1080 preview at 30 fps is available on the host PC. The DFK MKU130-10x22 camera also has a 5.3mm auto-focus lens and allows the user to capture exactly what an observer sees through the ocular, not just a region of interest, which is common of traditional microscopy imaging solutions. The cameras—which can take the place of the ocular or be screwed into the microscope’s C-Mount adapter—also supports device drivers for LabView, HALCON, DirectX, Twain and WDM, the SDK IC Imaging Control and software tools for Microsoft Windows, as well as open source drivers and end-sure software for Linux.
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Contact: The Imaging Source
Headquarters: Charlotte, NC, USA
Product: DFK MKU130-10x22 USB 3.0 camera
Key Features: 1/2.5" Sony Exmor CMOS image sensors, full HD video at up to 30 fps and 13 MPixel images at 1 fps, accompanying software and drivers, USB 3.0 interface.
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