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Cameras in Microscopy
Camera technology for image capture and processing is extremely important for optical microscopy. It allows the investigation of different structures and functions. Examples of applications are medical and biological research, diagnostics, drug testing or materials science. Basler cameras are suitable for conventional light microscopy applications as well as for fluorescence microscopy. Why? They deliver the highest image quality in real time, excellent color reproduction and a high dynamic range. They allow a reproducible, detailed examination and analysis of the finest structures.
Suitable Cameras for Conventional Light Microscopy
|Camera Model||Resolution (HxV)||Frame Rate||Mono/Color||Interface||Sensor|
|Basler MED ace 2.3 MP 41 color||1920 px x 1200 px||41 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX249||
|Basler MED ace 2.3 MP 164 color||1920 px x 1200 px||164 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX174||
|Basler MED ace 5.1 MP 35 color||2448 px x 2048 px||35 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX264||
|Basler MED ace 5.1 MP 75 color||2448 px x 2048 px||75 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX250||
|Basler MED ace 5.3 MP 20 color||2590 px x 2048 px||21 fps||Color||GigE||PYTHON 5000||
|Basler MED ace 6.4 MP 59 color||3088 px x 2064 px||59 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX178||
|Basler MED ace 8.9 MP 32 color||4096 px x 2160 px||32 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX267||
|Basler MED ace 8.9 MP 42 color||4096 px x 2160 px||42 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX255||
|Basler MED ace 12.3 MP 23 color||4096 px x 3000 px||23 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX304||
|Basler MED ace 12.3 MP 30 color||4096 px x 3000 px||30 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX253||
|Basler MED ace 20.0 MP 17 color||5472 px x 3648 px||17 fps||Color||USB 3.0||IMX183||
Interesting Publications Related to Conventional Light Microscopy
Basler MED ace Cameras for Light Microscopy
Basler MED ace cameras are tailored for Medical & Life Sciences applications. But what distinguishes it from other Basler cameras? And why are they particularly suitable for light microscopic applications?
Optimized Imaging for Medical Microscopy
Shanghai BEION develops optical systems for medical microscopy. The requirements for image quality and color fidelity in such applications are high. With Basler cameras, BEION achieves optimal image quality.
Suitable Cameras for Fluorescence Microscopy
|Camera Model||Resolution (HxV)||Frame Rate||Mono/Color||Interface||Sensor|
|Basler MED ace 2.3 MP 41 mono||1920 px x 1200 px||41 fps||Mono||USB 3.0||IMX249||
|Basler MED ace 2.3 MP 164 mono||1920 px x 1200 px||164 fps||Mono||USB 3.0||IMX174||
|Basler MED ace 5.1 MP 35 mono||2448 px x 2048 px||35 fps||Mono||USB 3.0||IMX264||
|Basler MED ace 5.1 MP 75 mono||2448 px x 2048 px||75 fps||Mono||USB 3.0||IMX250||
|Basler MED ace 5.3 MP 20 mono||2590 px x 2048 px||21 fps||Mono||GigE||PYTHON 5000||
|Basler MED ace 6.4 MP 59 mono||3088 px x 2064 px||59 fps||Mono||USB 3.0||IMX178||
|Basler MED ace 8.9 MP 32 mono||4096 px x 2160 px||32 fps||Mono||USB 3.0||IMX267||
|Basler MED ace 8.9 MP 42 mono||4096 px x 2160 px||42 fps||Mono||USB 3.0||IMX255||
|Basler MED ace 12.3 MP 23 mono||4096 px x 3000 px||23 fps||Mono||USB 3.0||IMX304||
|Basler MED ace 12.3 MP 30 mono||4096 px x 3000 px||30 fps||Mono||USB 3.0||IMX253||
Interesting Publications Related to Fluorescence Microscopy
Modern CMOS Sensors and Their Use in Fluorescence-Based Applications
System manufacturers whose devices are still equipped with CCD sensors must replace them with CMOS sensors after Sony's discontinuation. This also applies to medical, scientific or clinical diagnostic applications that often work with fluorescence-based methods.
Computer-Assisted Immunofluorescence Microscope from EUROIMMUN with Basler ace and Basler dart Cameras
The EUROPattern system from EUROIMMUN carries out automated and computer-assisted fluorescence microscopic examinations. Images from the integrated Basler cameras lead to suggestions for findings for the laboratory doctor. The excellent image data ensure high result quality and reliability.
More Fields of Application from Medical & Life Sciences
Important requirements for imaging components in diagnostic and therapeutic devices from ophthalmology include speed, resolution and reproducibility. Meeting these requirements is absolutely no problem for Basler cameras.
Lab Equipment and Automation
Basler cameras are suitable for process automation, quality control or bio-imaging. Why? They stand for reliable analysis and high sample throughput. Because they are fast, accurate and produce reproducible images of the highest quality.
Thanks to the best image quality, high resolution and high speed, Basler cameras are suitable for a wide variety of applications. These include, among others, dermatology, imaging procedures in surgery, motion analysis or dentistry.
Do You Have Any Questions?
Camera technology can be found in a variety of microscopy applications. Basler cameras are ideal for this. If you would like detailed information, our sales team looks forward to your inquiry!