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Digital Cameras Ideal for All Contrast Methods in Light Microscopy

ProgRes® Digital CMOS and CCD Microscope CamerasWarner Instruments is pleased to introduce its NEW line of ProgRes® Digital CMOS and CCD Microscope Cameras. These cameras are the result of more than two decades experience in the development and production of high-end solutions for digital imaging.

The highly versatile and cost effective ProgRes® CMOS Camera range allows for quick and precise setting of both specimen and microscope.  The fast live images coupled with the outstanding CMOS technology and high resolutions make these cameras the first choice in education institutes and training labs.

The ProgRes® CCD Research range of cameras feature excellent color reproduction and high resolution.  With up to 7 megapixel resolution, these cameras are ideal tools for high quality image documentation and elementary image analysis.  To facilitate precise focusing and positioning of specimens, a high resolution, fast, live image frame rate (up to 50 fps) is available.

Particularly well-suited for acquiring brilliant images under low-light conditions, the ProgRes® CCD Research range of cameras has been optimized for applications requiring exacting capabilities.  Smooth operation is facilitated by sensitive CCD sensors, optionally available with cooling, that offer high frame rates and abroad dynamic range.  Sophisticated Microscanning Technology allows for capturing images of up to 12.5 megapixels, even in true color.

All ProgRes® microscope cameras come with ProgRes® CapturePro image capture software, an intuitive professional software suite that operates with Windows® or Mac® OSX.

Warner Instruments is a designer and manufacturer of biomedical devices for the electrophysiological, cellular and neurological sciences.

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