Axiocam 702

Axiocam 702 mono is your high-performance CMOS microscope camera with 2.3 megapixels and a sensor size of 1/1.2" (diagonal 13.3 mm).

You benefit from low read noise and low light sensitivity and high speed for live cell imaging. Peltier cooling ensures low noise and reproducible image quality, particularly when you deal with long exposure times and dark areas in the sample.

Axiocam 702 monohrome

Axiocam 512

Axiocam 512 color is your microscope camera for large area imaging in one high resolution, true color image.

The 12 megapixel CCD sensor with a size of 1" (16 mm diagonal) delivers an excellent live image and high acquisition speed. You acquire large object fields with low magnification and high aperture objectives without stitching.

Axiocam 512 color/monochrome

Axiocam 506

Axiocam 506 color/monochrome

Axiocam 506 mono or color are your flexible, 6 megapixel microscope camera’s.

The 6 megapixel color camera has a 1" sensor. Combined with the large  number of pixels (2752 horizontal pixels 2208 vertical pixels), you  benefit from a field of view twice as large as that of 2/3" cameras.  This means you always have a good overview of your sample.

The 6 megapixel monochrome camera offers a high-quality and rapid live image as well as the highest level  of sensitivity for low-light and live cell imaging. Its high sensitivity enables the use of short exposure times, even with weak fluorescent  markers, which preserves your samples. Sensitivity can be increased  through pixel binning – there are still enough pixels available for  accurate images.

Axiocam 503

Axiocam 503 color/monochrome

With Axiocam 503 monochrome or color, you have a 3-megapixel camera with a 2/3" sensor and an image diagonal of 11 mm.

The 2.8-megapixel color camera features a 2/3" sensor with an image  diagonal of 11 mm. In combination with the large number of pixels (1,936 (H) 1,460 (W)), this offers you the benefits of high-resolution  imaging. The cooled quad-port CCD camera with four outputs provides  exceptional versatility and offers you the benefits of a wide range of  exposure times, binning up to 5 x5 for super sensitive detection, lowest noise single port or high-speed multiport readout modes, and very low  levels of readout noise.

With Axiocam 503 mono, you have a versatile 3-megapixel microscope camera.
You enjoy the advantages of a high-quality and rapidly refreshed live  image as well as extreme sensitivity for low light and live cell  imaging. Its high sensitivity enables the use of short exposure times,  even with weak fluorescent markers, which prevents damage to your  samples. The sensitivity can also be enhanced by binning. You can record images of fast moving samples without geometrical distortion thanks to  the CCD’s progressive-scan readout architecture.

Axiocam 305

Axiocam 305 color

Your Fast 5 Megapixel Microscope Camera for Routine and Research Labs

Axiocam 305 color is your 5 megapixel camera for high resolution imaging at fast speeds. With CMOS Global Shutter technology, you follow and capture samples accurately. Use this fast camera to acquire up to 36 frames per second at full resolution. Cover more of your area of interest with its 2/3” sensor format. Acquire great color images or use the optional black & white mode to document basic fluorescence on your compound, stereo, or zoom microscope. Easy to use ZEN imaging software offers an intuitive user interface and robust performance through a simple and easy USB 3.0 connection.


Axiocam 105 color
Your fast microscope camera with 5 megapixels

Experience Axiocam 105 color – your small and fast microscope camera. With an exposure time of 100 s up to 2 s and a live frame rate of up to 47 fps, you are well prepared for tasks in quality control, where speed is of the essence. With the USB 3.0 connection you additionally profit from high speed data transfer. Acquire color images with 5 megapixels and document your results conveniently.

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