”I was pretty impressed with the performance myself. And dark field is very tough for cameras like this“
Dark field imaging is always a tough task in scientific microscopy. Insufficient light in dark field imaging makes it even harder to get high definition live videos. High sensitivity and long exposures are required for the cameras. TrueChrome II adopted a high sensitivity sensor to capture low light images quickly. The excellent 3D denoise function provides up to 30fps live images with fine details.
Because of the excellent performance and remarkable quality, TrueChrome II has won great acclaim from customers since it was launched in August 2014. Moreover, a lot of users like to share the pleasant experience they got with this camera. The end user Tom Jones from the U.S.A is one of them. He shared a live video which was filmed for the Rotifer and Stentor sp in dark field.
The first part of the video shows the activity of the Rotifer (probably Synchaeta sp.) in dark field using an Olympus BH-2. The second and third parts of the video show the Stentor sp., also in dark field, using an Olympus SZH Research Stereo Microscope. A Tucsen TrueChrome II camera at 1080P was used for all parts of the video. The high precision reproduction of the organism forms of the Rotifer and Stentor sp. and the exact representation of the activity of the organisms with sharp quality images and vibrant color allow you to fully feel the inner vitality of lives and experience the charm of the innovative technology of Tucsen.
Note: According to Tome Jones’ description, the specimen is lake water collected from Lake Gregory, in Crestline, CA. with a 20μm pore size plankton net.
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