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Spectroscopy Leader Rolls Out Online Video Instruction for Use with Ocean Optics Spectrometers and Software Dunedin, Florida (July 24, 2008) - Ocean Optics, the industry leader in miniature photonics, has just introduced a new line of video tutorials as a learning companion to its extensive range of spectrometers and spectroscopy software.

Ocean Optics Introduces Video Tutorials

Dunedin, FL | Posted on July 24th, 2008

Nicknamed "Spectroscopy TV", the tutorials are designed to help new Ocean Optics customers set up, calibrate and use their spectrometers in a variety of applications. Episodes are also dedicated to demonstrating SpectraSuite, the company's spectroscopy software.

"We are excited to introduce this new learning tool to our customers," said Director of Marketing and Customer Relations, Rob Morris. "We are confident that these videos will complement our documentation and website by giving customers another tool for getting to know their spectrometer and software."

The videos are published to the company's website at www.oceanoptics.com/tv.asp and viewers are encouraged to submit suggestions for content to .

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About Ocean Optics Inc.
Ocean Optics is a diversified photonics technology firm and a global leader in optical sensing. With full-service locations in the United States, Europe and Asia, we serve a wide range of markets, including process control, consumer electronics and medical diagnostics.

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Ocean Optics Inc.
830 Douglas Avenue
Dunedin, FL 34698 USA
Tel: +1.727.733.2447
Fax: +1.727.733.3692


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Halma Holdings PR Services
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