The brand new Kinetix family of back-illuminated sCMOS cameras delivers a framerate and field of view unmatched by any other sCMOS camera.
The Prime series of 95% quantum efficient, back-illuminated sCMOS cameras are designed to support the most demanding, low-light research applications
The Iris family of sCMOS cameras deliver up to a 15 megapixel sensor with a 25 millimetre field of view for high-resolution imaging over a large imaging area.
Long Exposure CMOS. With low noise and unprecedented thermal control, the Retiga E7 brings exposures of over an hour to CMOS!
CMOS made scientific. The Moment is a true global shutter CMOS camera with an ultra-compact form factor, powered through USB 3.2 Gen 2.
The Evolve family of cameras are high-resolution, back-illuminated EMCCD providing high sensitivity for the lowest light applications.
The QImaging CCD family of scientific cameras are designed with solutions for electrophysiology, long stare, color imaging, documentation and live cell imaging.
All cameras are controllable with the PVCAM driver and supported in Ocular software. The PVCAM driver SDK can also be used integrate into other software packages.
Supplying custom cameras to instrument designers for most of our 40 year history, we will work with you every step of the way.
In microscopy, it is vital to have some form of contrast or stain that gives areas of the sample color and makes it possible to image. Advanced fluorescence microscopy techniques take advantage of this.
Physics and biophysics imaging encompasses a wide range of techniques used to interrogate physical phenomena using high tech imaging systems.
High content imaging is primarily concerned with the automated analysis of large cell populations where the goal is to process as many cells as possible in the fastest time with the highest resolution.
Biochip, genomics and microarray detection represent a large mix of applications with varying needs of a scientific camera.
See what others are doing. Stories and images from scientists using our high-performance sCMOS, EMCCD and CCD cameras to advance their research.