RE: camera selection
We have a DP-11 camera attached to our Olympus BX41. It utilizes a Smart
Media card so there is no need for an additional computer, and the images
really nice. It is easy to use, which is key in our center with many
different people using the setup. The entire set up from start to finish was
about 4K, in fact we just purchased the exact same set up for our new scope!
We did look into a cooled system, but we already had one available on our
Fluorescent dedicated scope, and felt the additional cost was not worth the
duplication as well as the higher level of technical difficulty and ensuing
Center for Cardiovascular Research
University of Rochester Medical Center
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Rochester, New York 14642
> From: Sylvia Poulos
> Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 12:21 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: camera selection
> Hi all,
> It seems my trusty 35mm camera is calling it quits. I'd like to get some
> feedback from those of you who have digital cameras on your microscopes
> for imaging. I'm debating on the extra cost of a cooled camera for
> fluorescent stains. Also, any advice as to particular cameras (positive
> and negative) would be wonderful.
> Thanks a bunch!
> Sylvia Poulos
> USDA-ARS-Animal Physiology Research Unit
> Athens, GA 30605
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