4K Microscope Camera for measurements and analysis
4K also known as UHD is a new variant for TV and PC monitors which offer at least 4 times more pixels than normal HD or FHD standards. The result of this increased number of pixels is an image clarity that goes well beyond conventional 1080 pixel HD resolution and presents more vibrant, varied and realistic colors. Therefore, DeltaPix is Introducing a new 4K microscope camera to present new opportunities for working with digital microscopes without compromising any details in the sample. What does this mean for microscopy work? A higher resolution captures a higher level of detail for analyzing the finest structures of the object under the microscope. Thanks to the advanced technologies of the Invenio 4KHDMI camera, even the finest details of a sample is clearly revealed on-screen.
THE INVENIO 4KHDMI MICROSCOPE CAMERA PROVIDES POWERFUL MEASUREMENT FUNCTIONALITY WITH HIGH ACCURACY.
Plug and play – the HDMI interface for ease of installation on any monitor with HDMI input no need for a PC.
Exmor back-illuminated structure
Sony Exmor back-illuminated structure sensor, is developed with the intention of capturing vivid images even in low light settings. “Exmor ” sensor is approximately twice as sensitive as a conventional front-illuminated CMOS sensor and also features low noise. This is due to back-illuminated CMOS sensor, light is directed onto the silicon substrate from behind, allowing light to be used with a level of efficiency not possible with conventional front-illuminated pixel structures.
C-mount makes the camera compatible with most microscopes and objectives on the market.
The Invenio 4KHDMI – Microscope camera is made with high quality IR filter which protects the sensor from invisible light and dust. DeltaPix IR-filters are free from scratches and other artefacts, which could potentially degrade the image quality.
1/1.7” format CMOS Coluor
3840 x 2160 pixels
60 fps with 1920 x 1080 pixels
1.85 x 1.85 microns
Automatic / Manual
Automatic / Manual
Gain, Gamma, Saturation, Contrast