Two-megapixel color microscopy camera by Framos

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Image processing specialist Framos (Camberley, United Kingdom), is pleased to announce the introduction of the Lumenera Corporation’s second generation INFINITYHD 2 megapixel color microscopy camera. This latest version now features three on-camera buttons for access to power, white balance and image capture. This imaging solution offers full 1080p60 preview with superb color reproduction and fast frame rates. Engineered with a high resolution 1/3” CMOS sensor, this camera was devised to provide streaming video output over an HDMI connector, without the need for a computer. Real-time live video enables accurate focus and specimen placement allowing for quicker slide reviews without any lag.

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FRAMOS Announces Second Generation INFINITYHD
2 Megapixel colour microscopy camera

…featuring three on-camera buttons for power, white balance and image capture

Camberley, UK, 26th June 2012 – Image processing specialist FRAMOS, is pleased to announce the introduction of the Lumenera Corporation’s second generation INFINITYHD 2 megapixel colour microscopy camera. This latest version now features three on-camera buttons for effortless access to power, white balance and image capture.

Lumenera is a leading manufacturer and developer of high performance digital cameras and custom imaging solutions for scientific, industrial and surveillance markets.

The INFINITYHD high definition scientific imaging solution offers full 1080p60 preview with superb colour reproduction and extremely fast frame rates. Engineered with a high resolution 1/3” CMOS sensor, this camera was devised to provide streaming video output over an HDMI connector, without the need for a computer. Real-time live video enables accurate focus and specimen placement allowing for quicker slide reviews without any lag. Lumenera’s INFINITYHD digital camera is equipped with an on-board auto-intensity compensation that automatically adjusts the video stream as the microscope objective or the light intensity regulates.

One key feature of the INFINITYHD is that the image capture (Via USB) can be controlled either from the image processing/storage PC or by the push button on the front of the camera allowing a simple and effective combination of truly live video feed and image capture without the need for an expensive additional PC capture hardware.
For further information, please see the following link: InfinityHD

About Framos
Headquartered near Munich, Germany, Framos GmbH has been established as an innovative and active partner in industrial image processing for the last 30 years. Together with its comprehensive portfolio of imaging components such as sensors, companion chips, camera modules, cameras, lighting and accessories, we support our customers with a real variety of development services, ranging from short-term solutions for complex demands up to large scale marketable developments of complete systems. On this basis, we find or develop solutions for the key challenges in image processing, so that our customers can focus on increasing their competitive advantage.

For more information, please visit the company's website at: www.framos.eu
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