Autofocus video microscopes are common microscopes that combine autofocus and digital video technology to display and record images and video of samples in real time.
The basic structure of an autofocus video microscope includes the following components:
1. Display: For observing the sample.
2. Objective Lens: Used to magnify the sample.
3. Focusing unit: Used to control the distance between the sample and the objective lens to achieve clear imaging.
4. Light source: For illuminating the sample.
5. Industrial Digital Camera: Images the sample as a digital signal for computer processing and display.
POMEAS autofocus video microscope is designed to provide inspectors with a high-resolution, high-magnification imaging tool that enables more in-depth study of the structure and properties of tiny samples.The autofocus feature focuses the sample quickly and accurately to ensure that the sample is always in the optimal imaging position, while the digital video technology records and stores real-time video for subsequent analysis and research.
In addition, autofocus video microscopes can be applied to experimental research and quality control in the fields of medicine, biology and material science.
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