July 12, 2016

              Complementing the PowerPack: Basler Microscopy pulse 3.3 MP

              Basler received much positive feedback for Basler´s PowerPack for Microscopy and its successful product launch. Munich’s analytica exhibition in May 2016 re-emphasized the great fit to the market’s requirements. The PowerPack offers high quality at a very good price. Most customers were convinced by the impressive color reproduction and speed of the cameras, but also by the ease of use of the Basler Microscopy Software.

              Now, we are complementing Basler´s PowerPack series with the Microscopy pulse 3.3 MP camera.

              The Microscopy pulse 3.3 MP not only offers an impressive image quality but also an attractive sensor format. With its 4:3 sensor format, the pulse 3.3 MP fits perfectly to the image circle of your microscope. With its CMOS sensor by Aptina, this pulse model reaches up to 20 frames per second and complements the Microscopy ace and pulse camera models already available.

              In addition, Basler released an updated Basler Microscopy Software. The new version offers image adjustment sliders on the top level of the user interface and shows the speed of the camera measured in frames per second (framerate). The framerate speedometer shows how user settings affect the camera’s speed and helps users to find optimum settings for camera speed and real time viewing. Due to optimized camera pre-settings, additional improvements have been made to white balance and color fidelity.

              The new Microscopy pulse 3.3 MP, as well as the updated Microscopy Software in version 1.1 are available for you now!

              Are you interested in learning more about the Basler PowerPack for Microscopy, Basler Microscopy Cameras and the Basler Microscopy Software and how they can work in your application? Then don’t forget to download our free Microscopy White Paper “How Can I Find the Right Digital Camera for my Microscopy Application?” or contact our Sales team.

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