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RealView HD-210 microscope camera

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Toshiba Imaging Systems Division and Dage-MTI have introduced two high-definition cameras designed specifically for microscopy applications. Dage-MTI's RealView HD microscope cameras combine Toshiba Imaging's imaging technology with specially-formatted, preset values for use in critical microscopy applications.

Dage-MTI's single-chip RealView HD-210 microscope camera operates at 1,080p, 60fps, and features exceptional detail from the 2.1 million pixel sensor. The real-time HD image provides true 1,920 x 1,080 resolution and matches exactly the pixel-to-pixel resolution of the 16 x 9 ratio HD monitors and DLP projectors, without vertical or horizontal stretching.

The cameras offer fast frame rate operation in 1,080i mode at 30fps and features exceptionally smooth motion. The high signal-to-noise ratio enables excellent sensitivity with clear definition and colour contrast, even in low-light conditions. Dage-MTI has incorporated Toshiba Imaging's 3CCD prism block camera technology to ensure the sharpest true HD colour imagery available. The three-chip camera is designed for use in applications such as pathology labs, cell biology, fluorescent imaging, classroom or other teaching environments, and industrial inspection. These HD cameras are also excellent for ophthalmic and dental surgery.

Both microscopy cameras can be connected directly to high definition monitors via DVI-output or HDMI cables, eliminating the need for software or a PC. The cameras can be paired with Dage-MTI's RealView Magic Box for an imaging capture and review system.

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