16MP USB3.0 CMOS Camera with Live Stitching and Live EDF
The MIchrome 16 is a 16-megapixel color camera that can run four cameras simultaneously using the SDK. It is suitable for open-field imaging applications providing true colors and richer imaging details, helping users capture clear and high-quality images in bright field.
Model: MIchrome 16
Sensor Type: CMOS
Sensor Model: SONY IMX206CQC
Array Diagonal: 7.77mm
Resolution: 16MP, 4608(H)x3456(V)
Pixel Size: 1.34μmx1.34μm
Effective Area: 6.2mmx4.6mm
Shutter Mode: Rolling
Frame Rate: 12fps@4608x3456
Exposure Time: 22μs-26s
Binning: 2x2, 3x3, 4x4
Color Temperature: 2000-15000K
PC Software: Mosaic V2
Picture Format: TIFF/JPG/PNG/DICOM
Multiple Cameras: Supports 4 Cameras Simultaneously in SDK
SDK: C/C++, C#, Directshow/Twain
Optical Interface: Standard C Mount
Bit Depth: 16/8bit
Data Interface: USB3.0
Operating System: Windows 7/10 (32 Bit/64 Bit)/Mac
PC Configuration: CPU: Intel Core i5 or better(Quad or more Core), RAM: 8G or more
Efficient image acquisition - editing - measurement - report output
From the user's point of view, redefining the image acquisition - editing - measurement - report output workflow process, taking into account the best operating procedures, greatly saves the operating time, effectively improving productivity.
Excellent imaging performance for brightfield, fluorescence and polarized imaging needs
The use of Tucsen's core ISP color-interpolation algorithm effectively corrects the color deviation of the sensor's spectral response, to simulate the human eye's sensitivity to color. The true color in the eyepiece, whether it is a biological bright field, stereo or fluorescence image.
Advanced Global Shutter Technology
With global shutter technology, all pixels are exposed simultaneously, which allows accurate tracking and capture of dynamic samples and provides, crisp, undistorted, clear images of fast moving specimens.
Stable high-speed transmission
USB 3.0 high-speed transmission interface, simple and convenient while ensuring a stable High transmission rate which allows fast focusing at high resolution. Imaging can be performed at a rate of 15 fps.