กล้องถ่ายภาพดิจิตอลสำหรับการถ่ายภาพสีและงานฟลูออเรสเซนต์ ยี่ห้อ ไลก้า รุ่น Leica DFC700T และ DFC 7000GT

DFC7000 T and DFC7000 GT Microscope Cameras

Pro Class for Fluorescence!

Get the best possible results for your daily fluorescence and brightfield imaging applications with outstanding resolution and sensitivity.

These cooled 2.8 megapixel cameras provide a new paradigm for camera image quality through truly innovative design. 

As You Like It

Get the acquisition modalities you need for your specific sample with the choice of two cameras: The monochrome DFC7000 GT for demanding fluorescence applications, or the color DFC7000 T developed for both brightfield and fluorescence imaging. 

This Introduction to Camera Technology helps you judge camera performance.

Blue: DAP I, nuclei; Green: anti-Nestin-Cy2, Astrocytes; Red: beta-III-Tubulin-Cy5
Blue: DAP I, nuclei; Green: anti-Nestin-Cy2, Astrocytes; Red: beta-III-Tubulin-Cy5

Big is Beautiful

Are you keen on a large field of view? These cameras provide it. Two reasons: One, each camera sensor features 2.8 megapixel with a pixel size of 4.54 µm. Two, Leica Microsystems’ latest generation objectives with low magnification and high-numerical aperture objectives. It’s the combination of both that offers you the large field of view.

Large field of view

Sample property of IGBMC, France
Sample property of IGBMC, France

Turbocharge Your Acquisition

Capture images at up to 40  frames per second at full resolution and 50 fps with exclusive turbo mode! These cameras will convince you with the quality and speed the state-of-the-art CCD sensor provides.  

The Bright Side of Life: DFC7000 T

You know the challenge: You want to document your stained specimens and tissues in brightfield and need to represent the colors as close to reality as possible. Subtle differences in color toning can be the difference between excellent images and images that are just “good enough.” The Leica DFC7000 T helps you drive toward imaging excellence!

Dancing In The Dark: DFC7000 GT

The DFC7000 GT camera masters multi-color fluorescence imaging even under really challenging light conditions:

Pull the Trigger

The Leica DFC7000  cameras can be triggered, so that the entire imaging system with all peripherals can be fine-tuned to meet even the highest standards. Fluorescence specimens are protected from unnecessary light, filter changes take place in the shortest time and new images can be acquired while the current one is transferred to PC.

This is made possible by Leica Microsystems’ powerful LAS X software

The software platform features an easy-to-use and easy-to-learn graphical interface focused on and adjustable to the needs of the users.

Toolkit

With the Leica DFC7000 cameras, you can use a broad range of LAS X software tools which provide you the best possible documentation for your specimens. You can, but you don’t have to. These advanced camera features can be hidden through a smart user access approach –in a multi-user environment you can make sure inexperienced users have limited access. Show or hide these versatile features:

DFC7000 T and DFC7000 GT Microscope Cameras

Pro Class for Fluorescence!

 DFC7000 TDFC7000 GT
Camera typeDigital color, high-sensitivity, cooled camera for fluorescence and brightfield microscopyDigital monochrome, high-sensitivity, cooled camera dedicated for fluorescence applications
HousingAluminum, Size 120 mm x 93 mm x 150 mm (L × W × H) , Weight 1,900 g
SensorSony® ICX674AQG CCD, Exview HAD II technology, quad-tapSony® ICX674AL CCD, Exview HAD II technology, quad-tap
ShutterInterline transfer progressive scan, global shutter
Pixel1920 x 1440 (~ 2.8 MP); 4,54 μm x 4,54 μm pixel size
Full well capacity> 15.000 electrons (e-) typical
Color filterRGB Bayer maskno
Exposure time4 μsec – 200 sec*
Bit depth8 bit / 12 bit
A/D converter16 bit
CoolingOne stage Peltier, stabelized
Binning modes2 x 2 (color/ mono); 3 x 3 (color/ mono, speed optimized); 4 x 4 (color/ mono); 5 x 5 (color/ mono, speed optimized);
color sensitive binning: R,G, or B pixel only
2 x 2 (mono ); 3 x 3 (mono); 4 x 4 (mono); 5 x 5 (mono);
Partial scanFreely definable ROI (region of interest), combination with binning possible
Dark noise<0,05 e- / px / sec
Read out noisetyp. 6 e- / 10 MHz
Dynamic range~ 68 dB
Pixel clocking rate10 MHz / 40 MHz
Analog gaincontinuous 1× – 10×
Advanced features*Image averaging, sharpening with active noise reduction, black balance, on-head image buffer, quad-tap read-out and mono-tap read-out, external trigger capability; dynamic defect pixel correction, HDR acquisition, streaming mode
Image formatsfps*at 40 MHz / 8 bitfps*at 40 MHz / 8 bit
Turbo Mode (1280 x 1024)5050
Full frame (1920 x 1440)4040
2×2 binning (960 x 720)4069
3×3 binning (640 x 480)9191
4×4 binning (480 x 360)40108
5×5 binning (384 x 288)123124
Supported operating systemsWindows 7, Windows 8 (32 / 64 bit)*, Windows 10
Leica SoftwareLAS X, LASLAS X
c-mount0.7x for inverted and upright compound microscopes; 0.63x for stereo microscopes
InterfacesUSB 3.0 single cable (5 Gbit/s) and optional trigger cable
Power supply5V via external DC power supply
Power consumption~14 W (with Peltier cooling)~15 W (with Peltier cooling)
Operating temp. range+5°C to +50°C
Storage temperature-20° C to +70° C
Air humiditymax 80%, non-condensing
ConformityCE: EN 61326-1, limited class B, EN 61010-1
ROHS 2 compliant, China ROHS 50 compliant

(all information subject to modification without prior notice)
*depends on software in use