Macro stand for digital imaging by SPOT

Developer of integrated imaging systems for clinical, bioresearch, education and industrial applications, SPOT (Sterling Heights, MI), has announced the release of the SprintPic turnkey macro imaging system. This system includes a scientific grade digital camera with a software-controlled motorized zoom lens on a lighted copy stand, and is preconfigured and ready to use. Its large number of zoom levels accommodates a wide range of samples. The software provides a monitor-sized live image preview with sliders for adjusting zoom level and iris aperture, so it’s easy to see when your sample is ready for capture. Crosshair and grid reticles can be applied to the preview to aid in counting or for visual inspection.

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New SprintPic™ Macro Imaging System from SPOT Imaging Solutions

The new SPOT SprintPic turnkey macro imaging system makes it effortless to capture great images, increasing efficiency and saving photography time. Including a scientific grade digital camera with a software-controlled motorized zoom lens on a lighted copy stand, the SprintPic system is preconfigured and ready to use so you can get up and running quickly. Its large number of zoom levels accommodates a wide range of samples, from industrial parts to crime scene evidence to pathology grossing sections. The SprintPic Software provides a monitor-sized live image preview with sliders for adjusting zoom level and iris aperture, so it’s easy to see when your sample is ready for capture. Crosshair and grid reticles can be applied to the live preview to aid in counting or for visual inspection of part size. When you snap a photo, it is immediately ready for adding annotations, measurements, or for saving to reports - no need to wait for images to download. Images can be automatically transferred to laboratory information systems or saved to network file servers for archival. Built-in high-output oblique and bottom lighting ensures true color reproduction and shadow removal. The SprintPic macro imaging system takes the guesswork out of digital documentation.

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