Explore Scientific Bresser MicroCam PRO HDMI

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ES-59-14180
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  • Regular price $999.99
  • Explore Scientific Bresser MicroCam PRO HDMI

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    • Regular price $999.99
    • ITEM #
      ES-59-14180

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    • Direct output to HDMI Monitor or TV Screen
    • Full HD camera for telescopes and microscopes
    • Capture direct to SD card
    • Captures video
    • CMOS sensor, resolution 1920 x 1080 (Full HD)
    • Multilanguage software, Win 7 / 8 / 10 compatible
    • Plug and play on Mac
    • USB 2.0

     

    Explore Scientific Bresser MicroCam PRO HDMI

    The Explore Scientific Bresser MicroCam PRO HDMI delivers excellent image quality with ease of use. The microscopic image is transferred in Full HD resolution, without delay to an HDMI monitor or TV screen. No computer is necessary to use the camera. Pictures and video can be stored on an SD card. The camera can be controlled with the included USB mouse directly through the on screen display. Connection to a PC is still possible. System requirements: PC with Windows 7 / 8 / 10 (32/64 Bit); 2,8 GHZ dual Core Processor; 4 GB RAM; 2 GB free hard disk space; CD or DVD drive; USB 2.0-connection. Software included: image and video capture, time lapse; measurement function* (with live image): distance, angle, surface area (polygon, circle, ellipsoid); automatic dark frame processing for reduced noise; enhanced depth of field function when taking several images with different focus; Image Stacking from video files; fluorescence microscopy: fluorophore data for common dyes can be found in the software; Batch save; HDR (High Dynamic Range.) Includes: MicroCam Pro HDMI with C-Mount; AC adapter; Mouse; HDMI cable; USB cable USB-A / USB-A; Software (CD-ROM).        *Micrometer slide required, e.g. BRESSER item no. 5916700 1/10mm or 5916710 1/100mm.

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