Digital streaming cameras for all types of microscope
One of Brunel Microscopes areas of expertise is microscopy imaging. There are several
ways in which still images and video clips can be obtained through a microscope and
they each have various advantages and disadvantages. There are now both high power
compound and low power stereomicroscopes with built in digital cameras so that the
microscope is effectively attached directly to a computer. These are dealt with in
a separate web site www.digital-microscopes.co.uk. This web site also includes the
popular handheld microscopes. In addition we have adapters that will attach digital
SLR camera backs to virtually all our microscopes and these are listed amongst the
accessories available for each instrument.
Described here are the Digital Streaming Cameras designed for microscopes. These
can replace existing eyepieces of monocular and binocular instruments or be attached
to trinocular photoports. These can produce video clips, still images and in some
cases time lapse photography with the software provided . This also allows measuring
and annotation with the versatility of the function be proportional to the price.
An entry level Digital Streaming Camera that fits, without any adapters, into the
eyetubes of all microscopes including stereos. Exceptional value.
Price: £45.83 + vat
Professional level Digital Streaming Cameras 1.3, 2, 5 and 10M resolution with software
that allows detailed measuring of the specimen.
Prices from £62.50 + vat
We are able to supply CCD cooled and uncooled black and white high sensitivity digital
cameras for fluorescence applications.
Digital screens are now available with their own adapters that will fit the trinocular
eyetubes of both compound and stereomicroscopes. These can act independently or communicate
with other screens