Special Discount On SPOT Pursuit™ CCD Camera For SBIR/STTR Grant Recipients
Sterling Heights, MI - SPOT Imaging Solutions, a leading manufacturer of scientific digital cameras for microscopy, has announced a special discount for Small Business Innovation Research Grant Recipients for the ultra-sensitive SPOT Pursuit USB digital camera. The SPOT Pursuit camera combines superb image quality with excellent temporal resolution for rapid time-lapse recordings, allowing researchers to document live cells and photobleaching fluorescence specimens with ease. The camera is equipped with a high quantum efficiency CCD sensor and Peltier cooling, which makes it a suitable solution for a range of applications, from simple fluorescence documentation to the demanding process of live cell imaging and ratiometric experiments.
The SPOT Pursuit USB live cell imaging camera achieves high speed acquisition rates of 11 frames per second at full resolution without sacrificing read noise. New images can be captured while the previous image is still being read out. The user-friendly SPOT software included with the camera is compatible with both Windows and Mac. Data is transferred to the computer via the USB 2.0 interface, making it a snap to get up and running quickly. The SPOT Pursuit camera blends both performance and value for high quality bioresearch imaging.
The discount pricing is available for a limited time only. For more information about the SPOT Pursuit USB live cell imaging camera, contact SPOT Imaging Solutions at 586-731-6000 or visit http://www.spotimaging.com/pursuit.
About SPOT Imaging Solutions
SPOT Imaging Solutions Corporation, headquartered in Sterling Heights, MI, is a leading developer and manufacturer of digital microscope cameras and custom imaging solutions. SPOT Imaging Solutions cameras are used worldwide in a diverse range of bioresearch and clinical applications.
For further information about SPOT Imaging Solutions, please visit http://www.spotimaging.com or call 586-731-6000.
SOURCE: SPOT Imaging Solutions, a division of Diagnostic Instruments