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Nikon Launches Digital Imaging Product for Fluorescence Applications
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Nikon Launches Digital Imaging Product for Fluorescence Applications

Nikon Launches Digital Imaging Product for Fluorescence Applications
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Nikon Launches Digital Imaging Product for Fluorescence Applications


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Nikon has introduced a monochrome quantitative digital camera, DS-Qi1Mc, by which live cell researchers are now able to advance understanding of interactions in vivo through the capture analysis and processing of high quality, high resolution fluorescence images.

The camera offers advanced capabilities for high speed and sensitivity applications in fluorescence imaging. Fitted with the most sophisticated CCD technology available, this ultra high-quality digital camera has been launched in response to increased customer demand for increasingly specialised equipment.

Featuring a 1.3 megapixel CCD, the DS-Qi1Mc is able to capture microstructures at high frame rates and defined resolutions.

Once the camera is coupled with Nikon’s DS-U2 controller, and configured with Nikon’s NIS Elements software packages, researchers are able to carry out every part of their experimental protocol, from image capture, recording, and measurement through to processing and analysing with this single unit.

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