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  QImaging Introduces New CCD Cameras for Microscopy with Modern Software to Streamline Image Capture

Life Science Customers Benefit from Affordable and Superior Camera Performance with an Intuitive Imaging Interface

Retiga R3QImaging, a manufacturer of scientific cameras for life science and OEM applications, introduces a new series of Retiga™ CCD cameras, accompanied by QImaging’s new acquisition software to deliver high-performance tools for microscopy and imaging to researchers at an affordable price....

 

  QImaging’s optiMOS Scientific CMOS Camera Wins 2014 Laboratory Equipment Readers’ Choice Award

QImaging's optiMOS Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera for fluorescence microscopy has won aLaboratory Equipment Readers' Choice Award in the "Optics & Image Analyzers" category. Award entries were evaluated and voted on by a panel of Laboratory Equipment readers and selected by the magazine's editors.

"The optiMOS sCMOS camera is a budget-friendly CCD alternative that gives cell biologists the performance they need to capture rapid cellular dynamics without the data management hassles typically associated with digital microscopy," said Chris Ryan, QImaging's product manager. "We are honored to have Laboratory Equipment'sreaders recognize our product's achievements."

 

  QImaging Launches New optiMOS Scientific CMOS Camera

Live Cell CCD Camera Alternative Captures Frame Rates 10 Times Faster

optimosoptiMOS is suited for a broad range of fluorescence microscopy applications. The camera is ideal for cell biologists using live cell, multicolor fluorescence; biophysicists studying membrane dynamics and protein and lipid trafficking; as well as neuroscientists looking at ion transport such as electrophysiology, calcium imaging and ratiometric imaging.

 

  Portable Imaging System to Study Stroke Recovery and Epilepsy Rolera EM-C2™University of Toronto scientists, consulting with QImaging engineers, have designed a compact, neuroimaging prototype for studying the effects of stroke recovery and epilepsy. Due to its small size, the system is easily adaptable for use in a portable format for continuous monitoring of blood flow to the brain in non-anesthetized animals...

 

  QImaging Introduces The Rolera Bolt Scientific CMOS Camera For High-Speed Fluorescence Imaging Rolera Bolt Scientific CMOS cameraWith minimal investment, scientific CMOS Imaging Technology is now available to every research lab. QImaging announces the release of the Rolera Bolt Scientific CMOS camera, a high-speed imaging alternative that is less than half the cost of most scientific CMOS and CCD cameras. The Rolera Bolt is the latest addition to QImaging's high-speed, high-sensitivity family of cameras that also includes the recently released Rolera Thunder...