CCD cameras for microscopy by FLI

The MicroLine LS CCD cameras for microscopy and life science applications from Finger Lakes Instrumentation (FLI; Lima, NY) provide a library of drivers to support imaging programs like Image Pro and Metamorph. Features include cooling down to -65°C, high-speed throughput, and high quantum efficiencies for low-light imaging. Sensors for monochrome, color, back, or front sensor illumination are available.   

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Announcing the MicroLine LS camera series

Finger Lakes Instrumentation, manufacturers of high performance digital imaging systems is pleased to announce the MicroLine LS series of cameras for microscopy and Life Science applications. The LS series incorporates faster image capture, an expanded library of drivers for support of popular imaging programs such as Image Pro c and Metamorph c. All cameras come with basic operating software a powerful SDK for custom development.

The competitively priced Micro Line LS cameras feature cooling down to -65 C (model dependent), high speed throughput, and high quantum efficiencies for impressive low light image results. Built to exacting standards, the Micro Line LS series of cameras allows the user to select from a wide variety of sensors for monochrome, color, back or front sensor illumination and specific bandwidth sensitivity.   

Located in the Finger Lakes region of New York, FLI is one of the growing number of high technology companies that have located to this historic area. FLI with over twenty years’ experience in digital imaging leads the industry for astronomy and space science applications in awards for product excellence. With the introduction of the MicroLine LS camera series, FLI enters into the microscopy and biological markets. As well, the MicroLine LS camera line is a highly flexible and well suited solution for those engaged in OEM applications.

For further information, please contact FLI at info@flicamera.com or 585.624.3760. Visit at www.Flicamera.com for more information and to view our complete product offerings.

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