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Toshiba Imaging Rolls Out HD Camera for Microscopy Applications

Toshiba Imaging Systems Division has introduced a new HD camera that is ideal for broadcast, industrial, life sciences, and microscopy applications.

IK-HR2D Camera

The IK-HR2D camera captures maximum live-image data of 60 frames per second (fps) and features both USB and DVI-D outputs. The CMOS camera unit measures 1.73x1.73x3.17” and enables users to pick from selectable outputs for capturing and sending out data.

The video data can be sent out through a DVI-D output. A maximum speed of 30 fps at 1080i or 60 fps at 1080p/720p of data can be sent. The optional USB port is ideal for transferring the video data at 10 fps at 720 mode or 5 fps at 1080 mode. The port is also useful for transferring a series of images or still images.

Toshiba Imaging's enhanced experience enables it to deliver improved clarity, contrast, and color resolution with quick frame rates for smooth motion. The IK-HR2D camera outputs high-quality image data for real-time display, making it ideal for industrial and scientific applications.

Source: http://www.toshiba.com/taisisd/

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