HD Camera targets pathology and microscopy applications.March 11, 2014 -
Developed primarily for clinical imaging, Model HD-210U operates at 60 fpm and offers direct, real-time viewing of slides, even as stage and slide are being moved. High-definition 3 CMOS camera features 2.1 MP resolution without image smear, lag, or jitter. With live streaming HD capture via USB 3.0 interface, system is suited for viewing live specimens on HD monitor for observation in critical settings such as tumor review boards, remote collaboration, and teleconferencing.
Dage-MTI Introduces All-in-One HD Video Solution for Pathology/Microscopy Featuring Hands-Free Operation for Single-Frame Capture
701 N. Roeske Ave
Michigan City, IN, 46360
Press release date: March 3, 2014
• New HD-210U camera will be showcased at Dage-MTI’s booth #126 during the USCAP 2014 Annual Meeting, March 1 - 7 at the San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA.
Michigan City, IN — Dage-MTI, a leading manufacturer of high sensitivity cameras for bioscience, inspection, and analysis, will demonstrate the all-in-one, click and capture HD-210U High Definition Camera at USCAP 2014 in San Diego, March 1 - March 7, 2014. Developed primarily for clinical imaging, the live streaming HD (1920 x 1080 resolution) video system operates at 60 frames per second (fps) and offers direct, real-time viewing of slides, even as the stage and slide are being moved. It is designed to aid in the navigation of the slide to the important areas of interest, improving speed and efficiency. Using Dage-MTI’s “Magic App” camera software, the clinician can easily grab single images using a mouse. Available as an option, the inventive foot pedal may also be used to capture single frames, hands-free.
The 3 CMOS high definition camera sensor offers 2.1 megapixel resolution without image smear, lag, or jitter. With live streaming HD capture via the USB 3.0 interface, it is ideal for viewing live specimens on an HD monitor for observation in critical settings such as tumor review boards, remote collaboration, teleconferencing, and classrooms.
According to Peggy Moore, Dage-MTI spokesperson, “Our HD video system provides the highest color accuracy and the best color sensitivity available. The HD-210U offers the potential of improved efficiency and ergonomics, including eliminating eye fatigue (from repetitive eyepiece viewing), neck and back strain, while enabling collaborative diagnostics in a group setting. We are delighted to demonstrate this innovative, all-in-one HD video system at the USCAP annual meeting.”
Programmed for simple, one-button-push operation, the HD-210U is designed for optimal imaging in histology, pathology, cytology, dental surgery, metrology, circuit board inspection, live cell imaging, teaching, and review board applications.
To learn more and to view a live demonstration of the HD-210U, please visit Dage-MTI’s booth # 126 at the USCAP Annual Meeting, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA from March 1 – 7, 2014.
Dage-MTI (www.dagemti.com) provides advanced technology and high definition cameras, monitors, electronic accessories, and software for industrial, biomedical, and dental imaging markets. An international leader in the design and manufacture of real-time HD cameras with simultaneous USB and DVI-outputs for easy connectivity, high performance digital FireWireŽ cameras, HDTV cameras, infrared (IR) cameras for DIC, and analog video cameras, the company also supplies LCD flat panel and monochrome video monitors for a variety of applications. Dage-MTI specializes in imaging solutions for a wide range of scientific and industrial imaging tasks including defect analysis, tumor review boards, pathologists, dental surgery, live cell imaging, and industrial inspection.
701 North Roeske Avenue
Michigan City, IN 46360
Contact: Peggy Moore
Web Site: www.dagemti.com