Digital microscope DMS300
laboratoryinspectionLED

digital microscope
digital microscope
digital microscope
digital microscope
digital microscope
digital microscope
digital microscope
digital microscope
digital microscope
digital microscope
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Characteristics

Type
digital
Applications
laboratory, inspection
Light source
LED
Configuration
benchtop
Options and accessories
zoom, USB
Other characteristics
full HD

Description

Digital Microscope System Leica DMS300 The Leica DMS300 is a complete digital microscope system that utilizes a HDMI-monitor instead of eyepieces. Leica’s high quality 8:1 zoom optics are combined with a 2.5MP camera to provide a full high-definition live image with up to 30fps. The Leica DMS300 produces high-quality, full-color still images as well as Full-HD movies as a standalone system. All primary functions of the DMS300 are controlled with a wireless remote control. Additionally, it can be connected to a computer offering full compatibility with Leica software LAS EZ. The dual live video stream allows for simultaneous output to a PC and a second imaging device with HDMI-interface such as a HD-monitors or HD-projector. Another Dimension to Microscopy Easy inspection and documentation Many applications require us to work at higher magnifications so that we may inspect and sometimes document our work or products. Traditionally, this has been done using a standard stereo microscope and a digital camera. This approach produces 3-D-images which can be difficult for some users. Leica now offers an alternative: a digital microscope system that combines first-rate optics and an advanced digital camera. This approach uses a HDMI-monitor, providing a 2-D-image instead of eyepieces to enable the user to view and document their work.

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