Olympus America, Inc. Datasheets for CCD Cameras

CCD (couple-charged device) cameras are a type of image capture device that utilize an image sensor to register visible light as a recordable electronic signal to visually archive captured stills and video. Of the three types of digital cameras (the others being CMOS and CID), CCD cameras are the most developed and commonly used.
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Product Name Notes
Industrial Microscope Digital Camera -- DP27 Designed to Maintain at Maximum Performance at Low Magnifications with Large Fields of View Equipped with an industry leading 5-megapixel CCD, the micro imaging digital camera, DP27 captures images at...
Industrial Microscope -- UC90 The 9-megapixel UC90 camera captures it all: brightfield images of superior quality, basic fluorescence applications, and up to 4K UHD acquisition. See all the details and not the noise with...
Industrial Microscope Digital Camera -- DP22 The DP22 is a 2.8 megapixel digital camera for microscopes that offers stunning color and crisp detail with a smooth 15 frames per second, perfect for users without access or...
Industrial Microscope Digital Camera -- XM10 The XM10 monochrome camera offers dependable gray scale value and fluorescence microscopy images: high resolution, extremely fine sensitivity, a cooled CCD chip, variable exposure times and an optional external trigger...
Industrial Microscope Digital Camera -- XM10IR The XM10IR is a 1.4 megapixel monochrome camera with a spectral response from the visible up to 1000 nm and is ideal for thin through-silicon near IR imaging. The XM10IR...