Nikon has a diverse camera and controller lineup, enabling researchers to configure a microscope imaging system that’s ideal for their specimens and applications.
Nikon DS-Fi3 Microscope Camera
Compact, high-definition, high-speed and high-sensitivity C-mount camera.
DS-Fi3 is a high-definition colour microscope camera equipped with a 5.9 megapixel CMOS image sensor. Its high-speed data readout, superior colour reproduction and high quantum efficiency are optimal for imaging in various observations, such as brightfield, DIC, phase contrast and fluorescence observation.
Nikon DS-Ri2 Microscope Camera
Fast, one-shot capture of ultra-high resolution color images.
16.25 megapixels (not interpolated) and accurate color rendition are features that make the DS-Ri2 an excellent choice for recreating colour images as the eye sees them.
Nikon DS-Qi2 Monochrome Microscope Camera
Capture low light fluorescence and large fields of view.
Equipped with a Nikon digital SLR camera FX-format CMOS sensor optimised for microscopy, the DS-Qi2 is an ultra-high quality 16.25 megapixel monochrome camera that features high pixel density, high sensitivity and low noise. The DS-Qi2 is an excellent choice for applications in quantitative fluorescence imaging.
Nikon Digital Sight 1000 Camera
Low cost, Full HD Camera
Equipped with a 2 megapixel CMOS image sensor, it can display, capture, and save full HD microscope images of 1920 x 1080 pixels at 30 frames / second.
By connecting the microscope to a camera and HDMI monitor,movie and still images can be captured and data can be saved onto a SD card. No PC connection is required to display scales and reticles, as well as to conduct simple measurements.
Nikon NIS-Elements L Camera Controller
Intuitive camera control with a tablet PC
Easily view images and control image acquisition settings for the DS-Fi3 camera on a tablet PC using NIS-Elements L.
The NIS-Elements L screen can be easily streamed to other PCs and mobile devices that are on the same network. The shared content is viewed through a browser. Using this streaming feature, the instructor can easily share their view through the microscope with all the students in the classroom.