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 extremely high-resolution imaging over a large imaging area.
The Evolve family of EMCCD cameras are the fastest and most sensitive EMCCD cameras available. Designed specifically for the lowest light imaging applications.
The CCD family of scientific cameras are all designed with specific applications in mind with solutions for electrophysiology, long stare or color imaging applications, documentation and live cell imaging.
Our range of dual- and quad-channel imaging splitters can be used to acquire two to four spatially identical but spectrally distinct images simultaneously with image sensors up to 22mm.
Teledyne Photometrics cameras are all controllable with our PVCAM driver and supported in our Ocular software. The PVCAM driver SDK can alternatively be used integrate Teledyne Photometrics PVCAM based cameras into other software packages.
We have been supplying custom cameras to instrument designers for most of our 40 year history. With our extensive experience we are uniquely equipped to guide you through the process with the minimum of friction.
Capturing, documenting and analyzing color and monochrome images requires a scientific camera capable of video rate imaging with high resolution and sensitivity. Let us help you find the right one.
Live cell imaging could be anything from cell division to cell migration, movements and transformations of organelles, and calcium imaging. Let us help you find the right camera.
Spinning disk confocal microscopy uses optical sectioning to take multiple, thin, 2-dimensional slices of a sample to construct a 3-dimensional image. Let us help you find the right camera.
Light sheet microscopy uses a sheet of light positioned perpendicular to the imaging axis to illuminate a single plane through the sample. Let us help you find the right camera.
Single molecule microscopy uses fluorescent tags to detect and analyse individual single molecules without disturbing the physiological conditions of the biological system. Let us help you find the right camera.
TIRF makes use of specific optics to produce illumination light in a thin section, nanometers from the surface of the slide to greatly reduce out-of-focus light. Let us help you find the right camera.
Resolution in conventional light microscopy is limited by the diffraction limit of light. Super resolution techniques break the diffraction limit, allowing us to see more than ever before. Let us help you find the right camera.
Neuroscience imaging allows us to study the structure and function of the nervous system and electrophysiology gives us even more information about electrically active cells such as neurons. Let us help you find the right camera.
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. Let us help you find the right camera.
Biochip, genomics and microarray detection represent a large mix of applications with varying needs of a scientific camera. Let us help you find the right one.