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DP71

The DP71 digital microscope camera was launched in 2006, featuring a CCD cooling mechanism that reduced image noise. The DP71 can vividly capture weak fluorescent light and produce high-resolution fluorescent images. The CCD includes 1.41 effective megapixels but is capable of resolution equivalent to 12.5-megapixels with piezo shift technology. A spot measuring method is used for light measuring, with the camera capable of switching between 30%, 1%, and 0.1% average fixed spots.
Microphotography that was difficult with 35 mm film cameras has become much easier with digital camera technology. We have been through a generational shift in terms of both picture quality and ease of use.

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