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processing capability that brings out detail in shadowed and highlighted areas to produce bright, contrast-balanced images across the entire depth of field. For optimum magnification, these units offer a comprehensive range of interchangeable optical tip adapters. The IPLEX LX also offers the advanced Olympus- pioneered Stereo Measurement technology that enables high- resolution image capture with two parallax lenses, permitting accurate measurement of almost any object from any angle. The IPLEX LX and LT also

offer more than just on-site inspection. From image archiving to defect measurement and image management on a PC, post- inspection tasks are made easier. They feature high-quality JPEG still images and MPEG-4 movies that record directly to a removable USB flash drive. Saving or retrieving images requires a single button press while the thumbnail view allows instant review of inspection results. The free of charge IPLEX Viewer-Plus software

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features image data management and precise measurement (or re-measurement) of objects in recorded images. 1800Endoscope.com has been

in business for over 15 years serving the industrial market. The company carries the full line of borescopes from 4mm in diameter to over 100ft in length and also offer non-articulating, 2-way and 4-way articulating borescopes. The company carries a large variety of products from fiber to video scopes. The company can develop

borescopes to meet individual needs. There’s an overwhelming variety and 1800Endoscope can help pinpoint a particular customer’s needs. The company has a particular specialism in innovative, portable and affordable borescopes for the aviation industry. The company says its Portascopes

are cutting edge. The new Portascope line allows analysis on a mini-monitor while images and video are stored. The company is on Youtube.com and can be found by searching for

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