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Machine vision pharmaceutical cameras can detect abnormalities in product packaging such as breaks in seals, damaged capsules, incorrect labeling and printing errors. Additionally, image analysis can be used to calculate the exact amount of product in a container, ensuring that it meets the stated volume or weight requirements. The most important requirements for cameras in the pharmaceutical industry: High optical resolution, High color fidelity for inspection of packaging, tablets and diagnostic applications, Very low dark noise of CCD cameras for high quality microscopy images, Fast image acquisition and high image transfer rates, Precise trigger synchronization for multi-camera image acquisition

DNA Sequencing

DNA sequencing, the process of determining the physical order of the four bases of DNA: A, G, C, and T, is a method for obtaining biometric data. Previous methods using area scan and line scan cameras in DNA sequencing proved insufficient. Time Delay Integration (TDI) camreas amplify camera sensitivity to detect weak signals without degrading image quality by oversampling a scene across more rows of pixels, synchronized in a time-delayed fashion with the relative motion between the scene and line sensors.


High-resolution industrial cameras are indispensable tools in microscopy applications, revolutionizing the way we observe and analyze microscopic structures and phenomena. These cameras are specifically designed to capture exceptionally detailed images with precision and clarity, making them ideal for a wide range of scientific, medical, and industrial microscopy tasks. Equipped with advanced sensors and optics, these cameras can achieve magnifications that reveal intricate details at the cellular, sub-cellular, and nanoscale levels. In microscopy, cameras enable researchers and technicians to document observations, conduct measurements, and analyze samples with unparalleled accuracy and efficiency. Whether in life sciences, material science, or quality control, high-resolution industrial cameras facilitate tasks such as cell imaging, particle analysis, surface inspection, and defect detection, driving advancements in research, diagnostics, and manufacturing processes. Their versatility, reliability, and ability to capture high-quality images make them indispensable tools for scientists, engineers, and professionals working in diverse fields of microscopy.

Automated Slide Scanning

Industrial cameras facilitate the rapid and high-throughput digitization of microscope slides in various fields such as pathology, research, and diagnostics. Equipped with high-resolution sensors and precision optics, these cameras capture detailed images of entire microscope slides with exceptional clarity and fidelity. Automated slide scanning systems utilize motorized stages to precisely navigate the slide, while the industrial cameras capture multiple images at different positions, achieving seamless and overlapping tile scans. Sophisticated software then stitches these individual images together to create a single, comprehensive digital image of the entire slide. These digitized slides can be analyzed, archived, and shared electronically, enabling efficient and remote access to microscopic specimens. Industrial cameras enable rapid scanning speeds and high image quality, facilitating tasks such as tissue analysis, cell counting, and image quantification. Additionally, these cameras support advanced imaging techniques such as fluorescence and confocal microscopy, expanding the capabilities of automated slide scanning systems for a wide range of research and diagnostic applications.


Ophthalmology is a medical field that deals with the various problems of the visual pathway including the surrounding eye. Ophthalmology system manufacturers need a digital camera that replaces the traditional film camera used for retinal photography. The requirements for high resolution, low noise, high dynamic range, and color are all met with our digital cameras.

Scientific Imaging

Our cameras offer advanced capabilities for capturing and analyzing images in various fields of research and experimentation. Equipped with high-resolution sensors, precise optics, and often specialized features such as high-speed imaging or low-light sensitivity, these cameras excel in capturing detailed images of biological samples, materials, and phenomena at microscopic or macroscopic scales. In scientific imaging, machine vision cameras enable researchers to visualize and document experiments, observe dynamic processes in real-time, and collect quantitative data with precision and accuracy. Whether used in microscopy, spectroscopy, particle tracking, or fluorescence imaging, these cameras provide researchers with the flexibility and performance needed to address diverse scientific questions and challenges. Moreover, with the integration of advanced software for image analysis and processing, machine vision cameras empower scientists to extract meaningful insights from their imaging data, driving discoveries and advancements across various scientific disciplines.

Transmission Electron Microscopy

Our cameras capture high-resolution images of nanoscale structures and materials. These cameras are specifically designed to meet the demanding requirements of TEM, with features such as high sensitivity, fast frame rates, and low noise levels to ensure optimal image quality. In TEM, electrons pass through a thin specimen, forming an image that reveals atomic-level details. Industrial cameras capture these images with exceptional clarity and fidelity, enabling researchers to study the morphology, composition, and behavior of materials at the nanoscale. With advancements in camera technology, TEM imaging has become more efficient and versatile, allowing for tasks such as tomography, diffraction pattern analysis, and in situ experiments. Industrial cameras in TEM applications facilitate groundbreaking research in materials science, nanotechnology, biology, and other fields, driving innovations and discoveries that shape our understanding of the microscopic world.

Point-of-Care (PoC)

Industrial cameras are instrumental in point-of-care (POC) applications, providing reliable imaging solutions for rapid diagnostics and medical monitoring in diverse healthcare settings. These cameras, often integrated into portable or handheld devices, capture high-resolution images of biological samples, diagnostic tests, or patient data with exceptional clarity and accuracy. In POC applications, industrial cameras enable healthcare professionals to perform tasks such as analyzing blood smears, interpreting diagnostic tests, or monitoring vital signs with precision and efficiency. With the advent of telemedicine and remote monitoring, industrial cameras also facilitate the transmission of medical images and data for remote diagnosis and consultation, expanding access to healthcare services in remote or underserved areas. Moreover, industrial cameras support the integration of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms for automated image analysis and interpretation, enhancing diagnostic accuracy and efficiency. In essence, industrial cameras play a crucial role in POC applications by empowering healthcare providers with the imaging tools needed for rapid and accurate diagnostics, patient monitoring, and telehealth services.