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"Purchased this with a Blue light transilluminator. Opted for the manual focus and zoom camera, glad I did too, I am not a big fan of autofocus or power zoom it is much quicker and more accurate to do it by hand. The imager is well made, easy to use and value for money. My only criticism is the puny while light LEDs passing of as Epi white lighting but we don’t use those much anyway. Have not had cause to call for service, so I have given a neutral score of 3/5."
Syngene InGenius3 - Manual gel documentation systems
InGenius3 is the perfect choice for low budget gel documentation and analysis fluorescence applications. It features a compact darkroom which has a sliding front door and an internal LED white light.
InGenius3 has a 3m pixel camera and can produce images with 16 bit image depth. A manual zoom lens and manual filter drawer (includes a UV filter) completes the package.
There are two options of transilluminator - both models can slide out of the darkroom to aid cutting and viewing. One option is the slimline 302nm transilluminator for UV applications. This can be used with an optional converter for white light applications. InGenius3 can also be used with the Ultra-Slim LED blue light transilluminator.
The system is controlled by the new GeneSys software. An external PC is required optimised for Windows 7 Pro and with a screen resolution set to a minimum of 768 vertical.
The system comes complete with GeneTools analysis software.
Why buy this product
InGenius3 is the perfect choice when budget and size are the most important considerations.
InGenius3 uses a high resolution 3m pixel camera with a 16 bit image output.
The InGenius3 system is provided with GeneSys image capture and manipulation software providing access to a wide range of application and hardware control functions.
Allows the user to select filters using a filter drawer, control lighting and the camera lens.
The InGenius3 system is the ideal economical choice. Its compact and versatile design minimises the loss of vital laboratory space and allows a wide range of fluorescence imaging to be performed.