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DP23 | Digital Microscope Camera

Evident Life Science (Olympus Scientific Solutions)

DP23 | Digital Microscope Camera

Designed for routine life science and clinical research microscopy imaging, the Evident DP23 digital microscope camera’s combination of smart features and good colour reproduction provide high-quality images in an easy-to-use camera.


DP23 digital microscope camera key features

Fast Microscope Camera

Quickly capture images with the level of detail required for most life science imaging applications.

  • 6.4-megapixel high resolution at 45 frames per second (fps)
  • Designed for local and remote image sharing for conference and consultation
  • 60 fps full HD live images

Reliable Color Rendering

The DP23 camera realizes good colour reproduction on your monitor.

  • Dedicated ICC profiles show your samples in their natural colours
  • Common life science dyes look the way you expect them to
  • Use Olympus’ True Color LED light source and the BX53 microscope for a complete color-optimized system

Large Field of View Microscope Camera

See more of your sample with an incredibly large field of view (FOV) up to FN25.

  • Images are sharp, flat, and in focus from the centre to the periphery
  • Use our latest optics—including X Line objectives and a 0.35X camera adaptor designed for a wide FOV— to maximize the camera’s potential

Easily Share Microscope Camera Images

Make your collaborations more efficient. All your critical data—images, annotation, and live measurements—can be easily displayed and shared locally or remotely.

  • Share images and data using cellSens software with the NetCam solution or remote image sharing feature* with network sharing in the standalone camera control module
  • Simple click-to-start image-sharing
  • Support for NIST, GDPR, and antivirus software* for safer sharing

*Remote image sharing and antivirus software are optional.

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