Allows for observation and measurement from a PC
Allows you to display and edit all captured images on your PC. This means that analysis does not need to be completed on the microscope, freeing up the microscope for additional imaging.
Captured 2D images can naturally be displayed in 3D. It is also possible to adjust the angle of a 3D image and then save the image.
It is possible to perform 2D measurement on captured images. This can also be used for a live demonstration of measurement in front of the customer at their location or when giving a presentation at a meeting.
It is possible to store vast amounts of information that have exceeded the display limits for the monitor and display them on a PC. Individual items such as brightness, colour, and texture (pattern) can be adjusted and then rendered in the way that the user would like to view their samples.
Stitched wide-field images can be browsed with high-speed, making it possible to perform 2D measurement on stitched images in addition to zooming in and out.
A built-in function guide located within the menu offers explanations and illustrations for a range of functions, from basic operations such as how to turn the device on/off to practical functions such as 3D observation.
Provides an explanation on how to operate the different functions of the microscope as they are being used. This is extremely useful in situations where the manual is not on-hand.
Saves previously captured conditions such as the brightness during observation or capture settings for the camera. It is possible to perform observation under the same conditions as a previously captured image just by loading the file and then pressing the reproduce settings button.