Camera package for microscopy applications by Basler


Basler PowerPacks for Microscopy from Basler (Ahrensburg, Germany) include a choice of CMOS cameras with resolutions from 1.2 to 5 Mpixels for capturing moving objects or real-time visualization at up to 82 images/s. In addition, a high dynamic range allows reproducible, detailed observation, differentiation, and analysis of the most delicate structures in materials or biological samples. The chosen microscopy camera comes along with a tested and compatible USB 3.0 cable and professional microscopy software.

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