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  95% Quantum Efficiency Scientific CMOS Camera with Computational Imaging Intelligence

Photometrics announces that its Prime 95B Scientific CMOS camera now incorporates award-winning computational capabilities that significantly increase clarity of images hidden in photon shot noise, and provides new ways to address data glut, a common problem when imaging at high frame rates.

Photometrics-Prime-95B-sCMOS-The camera was the first and is the only in the industry to offer 95 percent QE by leveraging BSI technology, combined with large pixels and low-noise characteristics to maximize light collection. Photometrics expanded on these capabilities by incorporating an FPGA-based Embedded Signal Processing engine...


  Photometrics Launches Next Generation Scientific CMOS Camera with 95 Percent Quantum Efficiency

Photometrics Prime 95B Leverages Backside Illuminated Sensor Technology Providing Three Times More Sensitivity than Previous Scientific CMOS Cameras

Photometrics Prime 95BPhotometrics®, a manufacturer of high-performance scientific cameras for life science applications, and Gpixel Inc., a company specializing in high-performance CMOS image sensors, today announced the release of the Photometrics Prime 95B™ Scientific CMOS camera.....


  Photometrics Launches Intelligent Scientific CMOS Camera with Signal Restoration Super Powers

Photometrics Prime™ goes beyond imaging by quantitatively restoring images hidden in photon shot noise

PRIME-sCMOS-CameraPhotometrics, a manufacturer of high performance scientific cameras for life science applications, today announces the release of its new sCMOS camera, the Photometrics Prime. Prime is the first 4.2 Megapixel scientific CMOS camera available for life science research that actively defeats the negative impact of Poisson noise in low light images.


  Photometrics Launches New LightSpeed Mode for the Evolve 512 Delta EMCCD Camera

New Feature Can Capture up to 3,000 Frames per Second

Photometrics launched its new LightSpeed mode for the Evolve 512 Delta EMCCD Camera. LightSpeed mode maximizes image acquisition rates for dynamic live cell, high-speed events enabling frame rates of up to 2,400 frames per second (fps). The new mode, which will be featured on all new Evolve 512 Delta cameras, will be unveiled at the 2014 Society for Neuroscience annual meeting taking place in Washington, DC November 15-19.


  Photometrics Launches Next Generation Scientific CCD Cameras that Enable Scientists to Discern Finer Details of Dimmer Samples Under Lower Light Levels

Photometrics introduces the CoolSNAP™ MYO and the CoolSNAP™ KINO CCD cameras, the newest members of the popular CoolSNAP camera line

Photometrics CoolSNAP™ MYO and the CoolSNAP™ KINO CCD camerasDesigned to discern finer details in biological samples under lower light levels, the MYO and KINO enable scientists to achieve higher quality, higher resolution images than previous CCD technology...


  Photometrics Launches Industrys Fastest-Most-Sensitive 512x512 EMCCD Camera for Super Resolution Imaging The Evolve 512 Delta acquires data in half the time of previous cameras

evolve-delta-camPhotometrics introduces another first in EMCCD technology with its new Evolve 512 Delta EMCCD camera. The Evolve 512 Delta possesses the industry's fastest frame rates and highest sensitivity for a camera of its class, enabling researchers to obtain high quality super-resolution images in half the time it takes other 512x512 EMCCD cameras on the market...


  First Single Camera, Multi-Parametric Cardiac Imaging System Uses Photometrics Evolve EMCCD Camera photometricsPhotometrics’ high-performance Evolve 128 EMCCD camera was used in the first single camera, multi-parameter cardiac imaging system. Oxford University and University of Michigan researchers employed the system to measure the electrophysiological function of adult human stem cell-derived heart tissue...



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