Basler Introduced the Cell Biologists to CMOS Cameras
Continuing its expansion into the medical and life sciences industry, Basler took part in the 2017 ASCB | EMBO Meeting, the cell and molecular biology exhibition.
At the event which took place in Philadelphia December 3-5, 2017, Basler showcased the newest generation of ace U with the back-illuminated Sony STARVIS sensors and ace L and the latest Sony Pregius sensors.
"Many medical customers who use a cooled CCD camera are not yet aware of the advancement of the CMOS technology. Under low-light conditions, our cameras with the latest Sony Pregius sensors perform as well as a commonly used scientific grade cooled CCD-camera", says Sean Pologruto, the Applications Engineer for Basler Inc. "At the show, we had the opportunity to show them how the camera works in real time".
Also, following the major focus of the show on fluorescence imaging, Basler showcased its newest Basler Microscopy Software 2.0 with fluorescence features: dark skin mode and fluorescence color preset.