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3-CMOS video camera

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Toshiba America Information Systems’ Imaging Systems Division has announced the IK-HD5U, its first high-definition, 3-CMOS video camera with full frame rate HD output via USB3.0. The new progressive-scan full-HD 1080p/1080i video camera features both DVI-D and USB3.0 outputs for added versatility. The addition of a front panel freeze frame and long exposure mode up to 1 second (60 frames), makes the new camera configuration especially well-suited for scientific imaging and microscopy applications.

The 3-chip video camera delivers exceptional colour accuracy and sharp, full-HD resolution, 1920 x 1080, at 59.94 frames per second (fps) providing blur-free, full motion output via both DVI and USB3.0. Toshiba Imaging’s IK-HD5U is compatible with its IK-HD5H 3-CMOS camera head which features a removable optical low pass filter (OLPF) for dual-mode imaging applications. The dual mode can easily switch between visible light and near-infrared (NIR) visualization.  Ideal for any high-definition video application, the IK-HD5U also works well in imaging tasks that use fluorescing agents.  Its innovative imaging capabilities are very well-suited as a component of brightfield microscopy imaging, surgical microscopy, NIR inspection, scientific, and defence imaging systems.

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