Ann Arbor, MI — Advanced technology and time-saving features distinguish Aven's new HD Color Camera for microscopes. Image settings are adjusted without needing a computer connection, as the camera has a HDMI port for a direct link to a monitor. A built-in SD card and snapshot controller let users save images easily in BMP (bitmap) format.
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On-screen menus control settings for RBG color values (six selections), white balance, exposure and crosshair grids for quick gauging (four vertical, four horizontal choices).
The HD Color Camera, which comes with a C-mount for coupling to standard microscopes, has a CMOS 1/3-in. (8.5mm) sensor broadcasting video in 1080P, the highest resolution. It records at 60 frames per second. White balance and exposure can be automatic or adjusted manually.
Other features include automatic gain control, which maintains constant brightness levels to reduce glare, and freeze-frame capability to yield crisp, clear images without motion blur. That stop-action feature is essential for some life sciences tasks and examination of liquids.
Contact: Aven, Inc., 4595 Platt Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48108 734-973-0099 fax: 734-973-0097 Web: http://www.aventools.com