HD CMOS camera for microscopy by Dage-MTI

HD-210U single-chip CMOS video camera from Dage-MTI

The HD-210U single-chip CMOS video camera for microscopy, scientific, and industrial applications from Dage-MTI (Michigan City, IN) delivers 1920 × 1080 pixel resolution and 16:9 video at 60 fps. It includes the company's "MagicApp" software to enable one-left-click mouse operation for image capture, display, and instant review. The camera also enables full-screen viewing of live microscopy samples using digital light processing (DLP) projectors or HDTV displays, matching pixel-to-pixel resolution.

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Dage-MTI Introduces True HD Camera with Simultaneous Live Viewing and Image Capture for Microscopy & Industrial Apps

• Dual DVI /HDMI and USB 2.0 outputs enable users to view detailed imagery in real-time live mode and capture selected images directly to a computer, simultaneously.

Michigan City, IN – Dage-MTI, a leading manufacturer of high sensitivity cameras for bioscience, inspection, and analysis, introduces the HD-210U, an advanced high definition (HD) video camera for microscopy, scientific and industrial applications.  The single-chip CMOS camera delivers true HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and full screen video (16:9) with smooth motion at 60 frames per second (fps).  Dual DVI/HDMI and USB 2.0 outputs make it easy to set up and view superior color and vivid detail in real-time video, and simultaneously capture selected HD images to a PC for review, documentation or analysis.

Dage-MTI’s proprietary “MagicApp” software is included, allowing intuitive one-left-click mouse operation for image capture, display, and instant review.  The C-mount provides easy connectivity to industry-standard microscopes, adapters, and lenses.  The HD image adjusts quickly to magnification or rapid scene changes with no image smear, lag, or jitter.  The HD-210U camera system is perfect for full screen viewing of live microscopy samples using DLP projectors and/or HDTV displays, matching pixel-to-pixel resolution.  For added convenience, the one-button-push auto white balance function aids in high definition image analysis.

The new camera and software system offers an ideal solution for pathology and clinical imaging demonstrations for classroom settings or review boards.  It can also be implemented in collaborative environments, including industrial inspection, teleconferencing, and other remote applications where megapixel, real-time HD imagery is critical. For more information about Dage-MTI’s HD-210U, please visit:  www.dagemti.com.

Dage-MTI (www.dagemti.com) provides advanced technology cameras, monitors, electronic accessories, and software for scientific and industrial markets.  An international leader in the design and manufacture of high performance digital FireWire® cameras, HDTV cameras, analog video cameras, and monitors, Dage-MTI specializes in imaging solutions for the biomedical research market.

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