Recently, developments in vision systems have allowed for new imaging possibilities and greater understanding in the life sciences. As renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow noted, “If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.” With new tools from PixeLINK, laboratory, research, and diagnostic applications offer researchers, pharmaceuticals, and medical professionals with even greater insight.
A new set of tools
Since life science vision systems are focused on the accurate capture and representation of targeted samples, integrated microscope cameras hold many benefits. Fundamentally, these new tools allow greater depth in the gathering, review, and archiving of samples in the short and long term. In particular, the new range of cameras and software from PixeLINK provide high-quality, high-productivity images while reducing system complexity and costs. In so doing, they not only adapt to standard interface technologies, but also ensure advanced camera functionality through high-quality software and customization to meet high sensitivity, video capability, and other application-specific needs.
In our PixeLINK Microscope Cameras Up-Close series, we will take a closer look at this toolbox of digital microscope cameras and their unique features in order to help you identify the best tools for your microscope systems. First, let’s get up close and personal with the high performance PixeLINK PL-D684 microscope camera.
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