Ken-A-Vision's Video Flex Microscope Camera

Ken-A-Vision, a manufacturer and supplier of visual equipment for medical and educational institutions, has introduced the Video Flex Microscope Camera. The device allows students and educators to view images from a microscope on a computer or TV monitor, and can enlarge images up to 50 times with a quarter-turn Quick Focus. It includes a C-Mount adapter to keep the camera in position when using a trinocular or binocular microscope, and it delivers 500 lines of sharp focus.

Also available is the Video Flex 7600 USB, a camera with output for USB, composite video, and S-VHS, all of which can be used simultaneously. Teachers can use the direct interface without installing a capture card to their computer. While live action continues on the TV monitor, images can be captured on a computer screen and projected onto several monitors at once. Ken-A-Vision, Kansas City, MO, (816) 353-4784, www.ken-a-vision.com.

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