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  1. Moticam S3 Microscope Camera 3.0MP
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    Moticam S3 Scientific Grade Microscope Camera, 1/2.8" sCMOS Sensor, USB 3.1, 3.0MP
    £516.00 £430.00
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    • 3.0 Megapixel resolution
    • sCMOS sensor, 1/2.8"
    • High Speed 60fps with USB 3.1 
    • Balance speed & resolution
    • Motic Images Plus 3.0 Software

  2. Moticam S6 Scientific Grade Microscope Camera
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    Moticam S6 Scientific Grade Microscope Camera, 1/1.8" sCMOS Sensor, USB 3.1, 6.0MP
    £632.40 £527.00
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    • 6.0 Megapixel resolution
    • sCMOS sensor, 1/1.8"
    • 30fps with USB 3.1 
    • Ideal for display & printing
    • Motic Images Plus 3.0 Software

  3. Moticam X3 Plus Microscope Camera
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    Moticam X3 Plus Microscope Camera, WiFi, Ethernet, 4.0MP
    £444.00 £370.00
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    • 4.0 MP resolution
    • CMOS sensor, 1/3"
    • WiFi & Ethernet Interface
    • Motic Images Plus 3.0 Software
    • MotiConnect Apps for IOS & Android

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Microscope Cameras - Motic

Turn your conventional microscope into a digital microscope. Microscope cameras provide an effective solution to viewing and capturing digital images through a traditional microscope and are used in a variety of imaging applications such as microscopy, quality control and automation.

Fitting a camera to your microscope can either be done using the photo port if your microscope has a...

Turn your conventional microscope into a digital microscope. Microscope cameras provide an effective solution to viewing and capturing digital images through a traditional microscope and are used in a variety of imaging applications such as microscopy, quality control and automation.

Fitting a camera to your microscope can either be done using the photo port if your microscope has a trinocular head, or by replacing one eyepiece. 

For more advice read our Microscope Camera Guide