Re: camera selection

From:Edda Stoinski

Dear Sylvia, in our microdissection system is the imaging one of the 
greatest things, we are using a 3 chip CCD camera from sony. Our 
costumers their work with fluorescence have no problems, it means it is 
not a special cold light camera. You have the option to change the 
exposure time when will look on normal stained and fluorescence stained 
slides. The regular name is DXC 390 P.

Sylvia Poulos schrieb:

>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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