Microscope camera MKTV5 and MKTV5-Display

Microscopy on the monitor

5 Megapixel microscopy camera MKTV5

5 Megapixel microscopy camera MKTV5

Side view MKTV5

Side view MKTV5

Rear view MKTV5 with all connection options

Rear view MKTV5 with all connection options

MKTV5-Display

MKTV5-Display

MKTV5-Display

MKTV5-Display

Key Features
Applications
Key Features

No matter if monitor, TV, beamer, tablet or smartphone, via the HDMI and WiFi interfaces of the microscope camera MKTV5, the image can be easily and safely transferred to the desired display. The software integrated on the camera as well as a connectable USB mouse offers the possibility to edit the live image, as well as to generate image and video files and save them directly on a SD card. A PC is not necessary for all this.
However, it is still possible to connect a PC to the camera using the PC software included in the scope of delivery. A connection to a smartphone or tablet is possible via app.
Due to the standardised USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface and the C-Mount thread, the microscope camera MKTV5 can be connected to all commercially available microscopes, macroscopes, endoscopes and lenses.
With the MKTV5-Display we also offer a Full HD Display, which can be connected and mounted to the MKTV5. Thus the display is mounted directly on the camera to save space.

MKTV5

  • 5.0 Megapixel camera with 1/1.8”CMOS sensor
  • Resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels
  • USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface
  • HDMI interface (HDMI cable included)
  • USB interface for USB mouse or WiFi adapter (both included)
  • Live image, image recording and video function
  • Integrated software & additional PC software
  • Storage of image and video files on SD card (included)

MKTV5-Display

  • 11.8” 1080p IPS LC-Display
  • Resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • HDMI interface for connection to MKTV5
Applications

The camera and associated software can be used in a wide range of applications

Industry, BioMed, quality assurance, laboratories, practices, public institutions, research & education, training, schools, universities etc.

  • Live image, image recording and video function
  • Fast digital visualisation of the microscope image
  • Adjustment of hue, saturation, brightness, contrast, gamma and gain (PC software)
  • Calibration, measurement and annotations (PC software)
  • Compensation of lighting conditions through focus enhancement and automatic/manual exposure

Campus

How does a Microscope work?

The microscope was invented around 1600 in the Netherlands and has undergone continuous development ever since. With the advent of electron microscopes, light microscopes have been declared dead numerous times.Yet these predictions have proven overly hasty.

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Campus

Our Campus

We share our experiences and expert knowledge: explore our campus and learn more about typical applications, standards and fields of applications, about sample behavior and functionality, about automation options, about calibration and adjustment, temperature control and temperature compensation. Embark on a journey of discovery with us.

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22297 Hamburg | Germany

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