New microscope camera

7th May 2015

At Control 2015 in Stuttgart Jenoptik is exhibiting the first model from its new generation of cameras – the Progres Gryphax Subra.

Under the slogan "explore the micro universe", Jenoptik is launching a new generation of microscope cameras, which will lead to improvements in quality assurance by means of digital image processing. The new Progres Gryphax range builds on Jenoptik's ProgRes microscope camera family.

The Progres Gryphax Subra, the first model in this new generation of cameras, is a USB 3.0 camera that boasts impressive features such as an intuitive software interface and an optimised workflow, having been designed specifically to address requirements relating to quality assessment and control.

One new feature is the live panorama function, which enables a large sample to be scanned automatically in real time, before the sections are combined to form a final overall image. The z-stacking tool has also been updated to be significantly more user-friendly. The fact that the interface and functions are exactly the same on the Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems means that it is possible to work effectively at any microscope workstation.





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