Cooled CMOS USB3.0 Cameras
- BIC-CTR3 Series TE-Cooling C-mount USB3.0 CMOS Camera
- Equipped with SONY Exmor CMOS sensors in a standard C-Mount configuration
- TE-cooling system with adjustable electric fan for efficient heat dissipation
- Sensor chip cooling capability up to 5~10°C below ambient temperature
- Quick temperature regulation to specified levels within 5 minutes
- Thoughtfully designed structure to enhance heat radiation and prevent moisture issues
- Features IR-CUT/AR coated windows for improved imaging quality
- Supports up to 5-minute long time exposures
- High-speed data transmission enabled by USB3.0 5Gbit/second interface
- Offers image capture with video/trigger mode and external IO synchronization trigger mode
- Ultra-Fine color engine ensures excellent color reproduction
- Comes with advanced video & image processing application BioView/BioLite
- Provides SDK for Windows/Linux/Mac OS platforms
- Supports native C/C++, C#/VB.NET, DirectShow, and Twain control API.
0.33MP & 1.3MP SWIR Machine Vision Camera
- SWIR machine vision camera
- 0.33MP and 1.3MP monochrome camera
- 400nm -1700nm spectral range
- Sony Exmor back-illuminated CMOS sensor
- 2-Step noise reduction technology
- Ultra-high sensitivity and low-noise
- External triggering, digital I/O and free-running modes
- USB 3.0 data transmission interface, compatible with USB2.0 protocol
- Advanced video and image processing application software BioView,
- Supports ROI, flip, bit-depth switching and other features;
- Compatible with Windows/Linux/OSX
- multi-platform SDK,
- support native C/C++, C#/VB.Net, DirectShow, Twain API
Introduction to Microscopy Cameras
A microscopy camera is a camera specifically designed to capture high-quality images and video through a microscope. Here are some factors to consider when choosing a microscopy camera:
- Sensor resolution: The resolution of the camera’s sensor is crucial for producing high-quality images with fine detail. Look for a camera with a sensor resolution that matches the magnification of your microscope and the level of detail required for your application.
- Pixel size: The pixel size of the camera’s sensor determines its sensitivity to light and the level of noise in the final image. Smaller pixels can produce higher resolution images but may be more prone to noise. Larger pixels can produce cleaner images but may have lower resolution.
- Frame rate: The frame rate of the camera determines how quickly it can capture images or video. Look for a camera with a high frame rate if you need to capture fast-moving specimens or time-lapse sequences.
- Connectivity: The camera should be compatible with your microscope and any other equipment you plan to use. Look for cameras that can be easily connected to your computer, microscope, or other imaging devices.
- Software: The software that comes with the camera can greatly affect the ease of use and functionality. Look for cameras that come with software that is user-friendly and provides advanced features for image processing and analysis.
Several types and models of microscopy cameras are available to choose. It is important to carefully evaluate your specific needs and choose a camera that best fits your requirements. Additionally, it may be helpful to consult with our experts in the field to determine the most appropriate camera for your particular application.
Our digital cameras for microscopic applications are available in a variety of styles for cell imaging, industrial, and engineering applications. We carry low-end and high-end cameras that all come with a 1-year warranty.
Select from a huge range of low price, digital microscope cameras, USB 2.0 or 3.0 colourful / monochrome microscopy or telescope camera with CCD, CMOS, scientific CMOS, high-definition or HD, small or large sensors from 1/3″ to 1″ and even 2-in. These are ideal for capturing images or video or displaying video on a monitor in microscopy applications.
Applications of microscopy cameras
BIOIMAGER cameras has been engineered for professional microscope brands and microscopy applications.
These digital cameras can be adapted to nearly every microscope, e.g. Huvitz, Meiji Techno, Motic, Leica, Nikon, Olympus and Zeiss microscopes.
These cameras are used thousandfold worldwide for a wide variety of microscopic or macroscopic applications in daily routine as well as research, to fulfill challenging tasks in industrial or scientific imaging. For all methods you can find a suitable model from our microscope camera family at best price-performance-ratio:
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