Multiple Interface Cameras

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Output to TV,Laptop and SD card with autofocus and WiFi options

Brunel Eyecam

Digital Microscope Cameras

Brunel Eyecam

CCD Digital Cameras

Brunel Digicam Series

CCD Cameras

Digital Microscope Screens

Brunel Eyecam CCD Digital Cameras
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Brunel Eyecam Plus

Brunel Eyecam

MIC Auto HDMI cable, mouse, USB cable & power lead

MICA connections

MICA connected

Technical Specification




Sensor & size (mm)

Pixel (µm)

G sensitivity

FPS/Resolution

Price

 MICS

720P/2M IMX 1/2.8"

2.8 x 2.8

510 mv with 1/30s

30@1280 x 720 (HDMI)

£195 + vat

MICB

1080P Sony 1/1.8"

2.4 x 2.4

425 mv with 1/30s

60@ 1020 x 1080 (HDMI)

£295 + vat

 MICA

1080P Sony 1/2.8"

2.8 x 2.8

510 mv with 1/30s

60@1920 x 1080 (HDMI)

£320 + vat

MIC Auto (Stereo)

1080P/2M Sony 1/1.9"

3.75 x 3.75

1120 mv with 1/30s

60@1920 x 1080 (HDMI)

£484 + vat

 MIC Auto (Compound)

1080P/5M Sony 1/1.8"

2.4 x 2.4

425 mv with 1/30s

60@1920 x 1080 (HDMI)

£448 + vat

C Mount adapter

needed for all cameras




£59.17 + vat

Click on the image  below to see a short video showing the multiple applications of the MICA camera.


MIC Auto attached to stereomicroscope

MICS 720P Camera

Brunel MICA & MICB dimensions

Click the start button above for video

Software Environment USB 2.0


Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32 and 64 bit) Mac OS X

Brunel WiFi Cameras

WiFi

The Brunel Multiple Interface Cameras are high sensitivity CMOS cameras that can output simultaneously to a TV screen, Laptop/PC and to an SD card. The cameras can even be operated by a mouse (attached to the camera) when the units are connected to a TV screen. All of the camera models can be used for high frame rate live view or video and still image capture. There are USB laptop/PC connection or WiFi options and the MIC Auto cameras will focus the microscope image themselves without the need to refocus the microscope. All cameras are supplied with a powerful software program that allows still image, video capture, measuring, image stitching and image stacking. As is always the case with camera technology, there are choices depending on the application that you have in mind. So the best place to start is with the list of things that  the cameras described on this page are capable of and then we will progress to the differences.

The Brunel HDMI cameras have the following capabilities:




During HDMI to a TV/Monitor output a camera control panel and tool bar can be overlaid on the left margin of the Monitor screen and the functions can be accessed by the mouse in a similar way to a conventional PC mouse. The displayed image can be adjusted for white balance/ colour and brightness/contrast and still image and video clips can be saved to the SD card. See below.

This is an example of the image control that can be achieved when our HDMI cameras are connected directly (via the HDMI connection) to a TV/Monitor, no computer link is needed. These options are controlled by the mouse (provided) simply being attached to the USB  connection on the back of the camera and then moving the cursor to the relative margins of the TV screen as though using a computer screen.


Alternatively the mouse can be replaced by a USB 2.0 cable (or a WiFi dongle) and the video stream can then be transferred to a computer where the powerful software (supplied) allows full still image, video capture and image manipulation including measurement, stitching and image stacking.  

The Brunel HDMI Range








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MIC Auto on a compound microscope