DIGITAL MICROSCOPE KH-8700 - Capture and Record
Real-Time 3D Tiling - Creating Wide Field of View 3D Images.
In an optical system, 3D images are produced by vertically stacking the depth of field, focus point to focus point.
However, at low magnification this method is not possible, because the depth of field is too high. Until now, height information could only be gathered in the vertical axis.
By allowing the user to continuously stack the depth of field, focus point to focus point with the freedom to move horizontally, the user can create a 3D model with a field of view as if it were captured with a low magnification lens.
EDP (Enhanced Digital Processing)
Preview your adjustments before processing an image. Various options are now imbedded into the KH-8700 to further broaden the field for image selection. Not only is this possible for HDR and Anti-Halation images, but 3D models as well.
3D-HDR : Drill end
3D-Anti-Halation : Chip resistor
Anti-Vibration (Camera Stabilization)
Some working environments can cause constant micron level shaking on microscopy stages. A solution to this problem is Hirox’s new Anti-Vibration feature improving observations in adverse conditions.