Digital microscopes have come a long way in the last decade and have now become widely available for medical purposes, but in India they are still used in a small minority of cases.

What makes digital microscopes so special is that unlike traditional microscopes, they are able to capture the microscopic details of cells, organs and tissue in real time.

In this article, we take a look at the five different digital microscope models in India.

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Fujifilm Digital Microscope, Fujifillms FMC-V2.3M digital microscope. 

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This model is the largest digital microscope on the market and is considered to be the best digital microscope available in India today.

It is the only digital microscope to have the FSC certification, which means that it has undergone rigorous testing by a qualified medical practitioner.

This certification has been validated through the National Board for Medical Education (NBME), an independent, international body that has been tasked with ensuring that medical instruments are of the highest quality and safety standards. 

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Hitech Digital Microscopes, Hitech FMC. 

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Nikon Digital Micro, Nikon FMC V1.5M digital camera. 

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Vivitar Digital Micro:  Nikons digital digital cameras with a maximum resolution of up to 10x, a resolution of 1.6 x 1.4, and an aperture of f/1.4.

This is the world’s smallest digital camera, and it has an aperture that is just one-sixth of the full aperture.

The lens is also only 0.01 mm wide, which makes it one-fifth of the wide angle lens. 

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Leica Digital Microphones: The Leica Digital Series, also known as the Vive-1 and the Leica-1.

The Leicas digital cameras are also the smallest cameras available in the market, at just 0.03mm wide, a tiny 0.001 mm smaller than the Leica cameras.

This makes them one-third of the size of the Leica Digital Series.

The Sony digital cameras, however, are also smaller in size than the Leicas and are just 0 .01mm wide.

The Leica Digital Cameras are used in many medical imaging labs in India and in many other countries as well.

They have also been used by scientists in the US, Australia, Europe and the US. 6. 

MicroVision Digital Microsystems: MicroVision FMC’s digital cameras have an aperture between 0.1mm and 0.3mm, and have a maximum sensitivity of up and over 50,000 images per second.

This means that you can capture a picture in just over an hour of time. 

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Optical Systems: Optical Systems is a global manufacturer of digital cameras and other optical sensors.

They make high-quality cameras for various medical and imaging applications and have an array of sensors in their digital camera line. 

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Samyang: The camera division of Sony. 

The camera division is made up of several companies including Fujifilo, MicroVision, and Nikon.

The S1 series camera, for instance, is based on Fujifile’s FMC sensor. 

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Gopro Digital Micro Microscope: The Gopro Microsystem has an image sensor with a resolution up to 3.2×3.2 pixels and an an aperture from f/2.8 to f/4.5.

This allows for a wide-angle lens that has a maximum magnification of up 25 times. 

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Zeiss Digital Micros: The Zeiss Digital Series includes a variety of digital camera models, including the Zeiss E-M10, E-2, E3, E4, E5, and E6.

The Zeess E5 and E5s have a focal length of 18.5mm and 28.4mm, respectively. 

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Kodak Digital Microphone: Kodak is known for producing high-end digital cameras.

Kodak has produced many cameras for medical imaging. 

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Lumix Digital Camera: Lumix has been producing cameras for years. 

These cameras are available in many different sizes and shapes.

They are also used by medical labs in many