Experience a new way of working with 4K Microscopy
contributed by Olympus Europa |
Since the emergence of digital microscopy for pathology, on-screen operation has presented a valuable way of working alongside the oculars. Presenting new opportunities for pathologists, 4K digital technology is revolutionizing microscopy cameras. While high resolution provides images both larger and more detailed than previously possible, 4K Microscopy cameras also implement additional technological advances for unprecedented image quality. Pathologists can now enjoy fast, comfortable and user-friendly on-screen operation – enhancing sample evaluation, facilitating effective collaborations and engaging the audience during presentations.
Enhanced on-screen sample analysis
While oculars undoubtedly provide the most life-like view of the sample, working over long time periods can be uncomfortable and slow, and on-screen visualization provides a complementary and comfortable alternative. In fact, 4K Microscopy has now advanced image quality to a standard where the information captured in a digital image rivals that seen through the oculars. Saving time by lessening the need to confirm observations with the oculars, pathologists are increasingly relying on both modes of visualization. 4K Microscopy technologies work in real-time to provide life-like color and cancel out image noise, revealing lifelike details. In addition, these same technologies facilitate daily operation, for quickly navigating across the sample, and enable pathologists to find the desired image focus on the first try.
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