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PM-10-AD

The PM-10-AD, launched in 1980, was a groundbreaking photographic device that featured the first microcomputer built into a microscope product. It had a function to correct for film characteristics (specific corrections for reciprocity failure). Photography was easier as the device automatically set the appropriate exposure.
In 1993, the PM-20 and PM-30 photographic devices were launched alongside the AX and BX series of microscopes. The PM-20 and PM-30 were developed from the PM-10-AD and featured updated designs.

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