High Quality Digital SLR Camera to Microscope Adapters
These research-grade adapters provide superior image quality, low price, and excellent camera stability for mounting digital SLR and other large format sensor cameras to microscopes. A wide variety of cameras are accommodated using the industry standard camera T-mount adapter, while the bottom of the adapter ensures a solid fit to your microscope's photoport. Please contact us at 800.955.7732 x22 or by email email@example.com to help you obtain the catalog numbers for the adapter and T-mount that will work with your particular camera and microscope model.
Wide Field of View
The 1.2x digital SLR adapter provides a wide field of view for cameras with large format sensors up to 25 mm in diagonal. The 1.2x adapter is ideal for the 4/3" format of the Olympus E series digital SLR cameras. The 2.0x version supports sensors up to 41 mm in diagonal and is ideal for the APS-C and APS-H sensors used in the Canon EOS Rebel, 50D, 60D, 7D, 1D Mark III, Fujifilm Pro, some Sony Alpha cameras, and the Samsung cameras. The 2.0x version is also recommended for the DX sensor in the Nikon DX SLRs, and the Foveon X3 sensor in the Sigma cameras. The full frame APS-F sensor size is supported with the 2.5x version. The full frame sensor is used in the Nikon FX, Canon EOS 5D Mark II, and Canon 1Ds Mark III.
Add Magnification to a System
The digital SLR adapters can also be used to provide higher magnification for cameras with 1/2", 2/3", or 1" format sensors. The digital SLR adapters add magnification from 1.8x to 8.0x depending on the sensor and adapter used.
Compatible with a Broad Range of Camera Lens Mounts
Virtually any camera can be mated to these adapters through an industry-standard "T-Mount" thread adapter. T-mounts are available for Canon EOS, Sony-Minolta, Four Thirds Olympus Mount, C-Mount, Sigma SA/SD Mounts, Nikon F-Mount and Samsung-Pentax K Bayonet Mount lens mounts, among others.
Low Profile, High Quality and Great Stability
These adapters take advantage of the removable phototube of modern microscopes to position the camera close to the microscope body, reducing vibration. Computerized lens design optimizations, years of adapter design experience, and precise manufacturing ensure crisp high contrast images.