OpenSPIM

sCMOS Optimised For Light Sheet Microscopy

Kinetix photo

Kinetix

  • Large FOV, no more stitching and tiling
  • Very high speed for live samples
  • Flexible and powerful light-sheet solution

The Kinetix delivers everything you need for light-sheet in one camera, with the highest speeds and largest field of view for high-throughput.

Iris 15

  • Large rectangular FOV for large samples
  • Small pixel ideal for low magnification
  • Sub-cellular resolution

The Iris 15 is ideal for imaging large fields of view at high resolution, easy to set up, and simple to image with.

Prime BSI Express

  • Ideal for higher magnification imaging
  • High sensitivity with high speed
  • Compact and easy to integrate

The Prime BSI Express is a sensitive, compact camera that images at high resolution and high speed.

OpenSPIM Customer Stories

Dr. Rui Ma, Max Planck Institute

Zebrafish Light-Sheet with the Kinetix sCMOS

“This light-sheet system was built with the Kinetix in mind, we wanted to use the larger field of view, higher QE and faster framerates, compared with other cameras.”

Dr. Franziska Decker, ETH Zürich

Organoid Light-Sheet with the Iris 15 sCMOS

“Every sample I have imaged fits into one field of view, and [the Iris 15] works great, it was easy to setup and image with.”

Dr. Greg Perry, University of London

3D organism imaging with the Iris 9 sCMOS

“The camera is ideal for our OpenSPIM system due to the sensitivity and the large field of view”

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Light-Sheet Customer Stories

Single Objective Light Sheet

Prof. Clemens Kaminski The University Of Cambridge

“”I really like the Kinetix22, it’s the best camera I have ever used on a system!””

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Sub-cellular Oblique Plane Microscopy

Dr. James Manton University of Cambridge

“The [Prime BSI Express] gives us better gain variation and raw image quality compared to other sCMOS-style cameras.”

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Light Sheet and Single Molecule Tracking

Dr. Martin Lenz University of Cambridge

“The high QE of the Prime 95B will allow us to improve our investigation of protein dynamics and extend single-molecule tracking to more challenging samples.”

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