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Biomedical Microscopy

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Biomedical Microscopy

Nowadays, digital image processing is found in a wide range of optical microscopy application fields such as medical and biological research, diagnostics, pharmaceutical testing, or material sciences. Microscopy enables visualization of fine details and provides insight in structure and function of the most diverse and smallest objects.

Digital cameras in biomedical microscopy applications are required to provide highest image quality in real-time, outstanding color reproduction and fidelity and a high dynamic range. These are prerequisites which enable reproducible, detailed observation, differentiation and analysis of the most delicate structures in materials or biological samples, for example in histopathological diagnosis of illnesses and monitoring the course of illnesses.

Are you looking for easy to use and affordable microscopy cameras which provide outstanding images and high performance? Basler cameras provide best images for various biomedical applications. Trust a camera expert with more than 25 years’ experience in image processing

Typical areas of use and suitable cameras

  • Conventional Light Microscopy

    Outstanding contrast and color fidelity in realtime
    Conventional Light Microscopy

    Many routine microscopic applications in biomedical and clinical laboratory settings, for example in histology, cell biology, hematology or medical microbiology, are based on light microscopy using various illumination and contrast methods. Today cameras are a central part of these applications and are used wherever it is important to monitor images live and discuss, capture, analyze and archive them. Cameras in conventional light microscopy must reliably deliver high-resolution, pin sharp images with appealing color fidelity.

    Camera series suitable for conventional light microscopy are:

    Basler pulse

    Basler pulse: Lightweight, elegant design

    • Small design with an elegant metal housing
    • Single cable solution with USB3 Vision technology
    • Low power consumption (just 1.3 W)
    • Global shutter and rolling shutter options with frame rates up to 60 fps
    • Particularly suitable: puA1280-54uc, puA1920-30uc, puA2500-14uc

    Get to know the Basler pulse camera series!

    Basler ace

    Basler ace: Exceptional performance and maximum flexibility

    • Broad sensor portfolio with more than 100 camera models
    • High speeds for authentic live images
    • Color fidelity and high contrast range for analysis of smallest color gradations
    • Particularly suitable:acA1300-200uc, acA1920-155uc, acA2500-60uc

    Get to know the Basler ace camera series!

    Basler dart

    Basler dart: Small board-level camera for digital microscopes

    • Bare board: Only 27 x 27 mm and a mere 5 g
    • S- and CS-Mount: only 29 x 29 mm and 15 g
    • Popular ON Semiconductor CMOS sensors with resolutions up to 5 MP and 60 fps
    • Outstanding value, with entry level prices starting at €99
    • Basler’s BCON interface for embedded solutions and USB 3.0 for plug and play functionality

    Get to know the Basler dart camera series!

    More information on conventional light microscopy
  • Fluorescence Microscopy

    High dynamic range and excellent light sensitivity
    Fluorescence Microscopy

    Fluorescence microscopy is a special type of light microscopy. The light emission of special fluorescent dyes (fluorochromes) is detected, which are excited to fluoresce by light of a particular wavelength. Today there are a great number of fluorochromes with fluorescent colors in the range from blue/violet to longwave red. This offers many possibilities for use of this microscopic method in routine laboratory work and diagnostics as well as biomedical and clinical research. The tiniest structures themselves and even molecules can be differentiated, for example using immunofluorescence or fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH).

    Camera series suitable for fluorescence microscopy are:

    Basler ace

    Basler ace: NIR-optimized CMOS Sensors

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    Basler beat

    Basler beat: Brilliant CMOS image quality

    • High-resolution 12 MP sensor
    • More than 62 fps
    • High-bandwidth connection for maximum scanning speed with Camera Link
    • Compatible with all conventional frame grabbers

    Get to know the Basler beat camera series!

    More on fluorescence microscopy

We'll work with you to find a suitable Basler camera for your biomedical microscopy application. Do you have questions? We would be pleased to assist you.