Future changes to the Windows operating system, drivers, and hardware becoming obsolete, this will become harder to maintain. We have had some success with overcoming these issues, but can no longer guarantee or offer a level of service for the Osiris cameras we once could. Formal support for the Osiris and associated software will continue for the next 12 months, then the camera and the service will be obsolete.
Upgrading from an Osiris to an Apollo camera is taking a leap from good to great. The Apollo camera is the epitome of technological innovation, offering a plethora of features and capabilities that are unmatched by its predecessor. With its advanced imaging system, high-resolution sensors, and cutting-edge software, the Apollo camera is a game changer for infrared reflectography.
Apollo uses an internal scanning mechanism to produce high-quality, high-resolution infrared reflectograms with an unparalleled level of clarity and detail. If you are looking to create detailed, high-quality, high-resolution infrared images, Apollo is the IRR camera system for you. With modern cooling sensor technologies, higher resolution, and improved sensitivity, you can now reveal paintings’ secrets like never before.
Advantages of the Apollo are:
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