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New Model - Luminoptic HDMI-2 1080P High Definition Microscope Camera

Direct Output to HDMI Monitor, No Need for a PC

The Luminoptic High Definition color microscopy camera has now been upgraded, now with built-in mouse contral for complete control by mouse directly. The fully-featured, stand-alone, high-definition scientific imaging solution offering full 1080p at 60fps preview, superb color reproduction at high frame rates, connection directly to a monitor, with no computer necessary. It can also be computer connected for USB 2.0 plug-and-play image capture.

Its remarkably rapid response rate allows the Luminoptic HDMI microscope camera to accommodate rapid lighting changes in any life science, clinical or materials application.

Capture images to TF Micro SD Memory Card
High Definition Colour Microscope Camera with HDMI/USB/TF Card Output


$1495.00
Delivery within Australia $20.00
All prices inclusive of 10% GST

Multiple output options make the camera as versatile as it is powerful.

It allows HDMI 1080P, USB 2.0, and SD memory card output – either individually or simultaneously in any combination.

Video output is relayed through an HDMI connector to either a DVI or HDMI monitor. Simple, intuitive on-board controls allow easy manual control for power, white balance and image capture adjustments.

The camera delivers full 60 fps capture, for true high-definition imaging – unlike many similar cameras labelled as “HD” but offering significantly lower frame rates.

High-speed capture means smooth motions rendition as well as positive live image manipulation on the preview screen, with no distractive lag.

Offering true-to-life color reproduction: what you see through the microscope eyepiece is what you get on the monitor screen. No-compression data transmission means images meet stringent scientific criteria.

 

Now with built-in mouse control, this significant innovation in the version 2 of the highly successful original camera frees the user from cumbersome computers and annoying buttons, you can now control the camera directly using the included mouse.
Imaging parameters such as exposure time, white balance and gain are set for automatic self-optimization. Turn the camera on and within 0.015 seconds it reaches optimum configuration.

Achieving highest-quality results couldn’t be simpler, even for the first-time user.

Technical Specifications:

HDMI C-mount camera
Frame speed 60 fps
Live resolution 1920x1080
Still resolution 3264x1836
Video record: 1080P / 60fp
Output HDMI, USB2.0, microSD
Parameter button (1) Exposure, White balance, Gamma Gain, Sharpness, Saturation, Contrast
Parameter button (2) Cross line, image comparation, Image freeze
Operation system support: XP and later, Mac OS X

Marine invertebrates filmed with the Luminoptic dissection microscope and professional HDMI camera. Most of marine creatures on the reef are very small to the naked eye. A dissection microscope can reveal an entire world full of new shapes, tiny details, and unusual animals. The most interesting objects to look at closer are brittle stars, sessile worms, corals, and anemonies.

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Marine invertebrates filmed with luminoptic dissection microscope and professional HDMI camera. Every rock you pick up from the sea is covered with innumerate animals. Some of them are big, some tiny, and some totally invisible to the naked eye. However, even relatively large ones such as corals and brittle stars become a lot more magnificent, colorful, and detailed when viewed through a dissection microscope. Marine life is mostly inaccessible to our direct perception without proper tools. Coral bodies, for example, are built by tiny often barely visible polyps who gather their nutrients from their symbiotic microorganisms. Corals might appear as immobile creatures, but recording their behaviour over long periods time and speeding up the footage will reveal a whole different and dynamic picture. Feather duster worms always attract attention when they disappear into their burrows and then extend. Decent magnification will show how they actually use their radiole (tentacles) to capture food and promote it towards their mouths with cilia. Every object you inspect with such microscope and camera setup will reward you with interesting behavior, structures, and patters that otherwise escape your perception.

Microscopic Marine Invertebrates
Captured with the Luminoptic HDMI Microscope Camera

Package Contents Include:

  1. HDMI Camera as shown
  2. C Mount Fitting as standard
  3. 23mm & 30mm Reduction lens included
  4. HDMI Cable
  5. USB Cable
  6. Australian Power Adaptor