M14 with 14.0 megapixel
We bring you the latest in imaging technology with the M14, a 14.0 megapixel digital color CMOS camera. It can be adapted to best suit imaging requirements with 5 different resolution options. Simply match the microscope’s resolution to the camera’s resolution. The final result is images that are created with outstanding color, clarity, and detail for a broad range of applications.
14 Megapixel CMOS Chip
The 4, 608X3, 288-pixel CMOS chip used in the M14 offers 12 bits per color channel and can be used for variable exposure times between 10 μ S and 800 ms. These features, along with the high sensitivity, color fidelity, and superior contrast make the MIC-M14 a great universal high-resolution color camera.
Designed to provide maximum versatility and cost-effectiveness, the M14 enables quick and precise setting of specimen and microscope. The fast live images, the outstanding CMOS technology, and the high resolution make it the first choice imaging solution for clinical, life science and educational professionals.
14.0 megapixels, progressive scanning CMOS sensor.
No compression, no interpolation.
Support still image capture (JPG, BMP) and dynamic AVI/MPEG4 image capture (optical)
USB2.0 interface, up to 480MPS, makes it easy to realize the connections between PC and the camera.
Easy-to-operate with strong compatibility operating software. Auto control of exposure, contrast, brightness, saturation, image size etc.
Offer excellent high-quality and high-resolution images.
Of middle and low cost.
Plug-and-use, external power no need.
Support Windows 2000/7 and XP
Standard C-Mount makes connection to any standard trinocular microscope, such as stereo zoom microscope, metallographic microscope.
Aluminum alloy shell, elegant, durable, heat eliminable.
M14 Camera Specifications
|Sensor||1/2.3″ color CMOS, 14.0 megapixels||Sensitivity||0.724 V/lux-sec (550nm)|
|Pixels Size||1.4μm*1.4μm||Data Interface||USB2.0 (480 Mbit / sec)|
|Frame Rate||2fps @ 4384 x 3288||Power Supply||DC 5V ± 5%|
|S/N Ratio||35.5dB||Exposure control||10μ s– 800ms, Auto exposure|
|Scanning Mode||Progressive scanning||Software||Display/Film/Video|
|Operating Temp.||-30° C ~ 70° C||Application||microscope imaging
general image capturing