Photometrics Prime BSI high-resolution scientific CMOS camera with 95% QE

Friday, 01 June, 2018 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd


Photometrics prime bsi scmos camera

The 4 MP Prime BSI Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera from Photometrics offers 95% quantum efficiency (QE), making it suitable for low-light imaging techniques such as TIRF, radiometric imaging, cell motility and light sheet microscopy. Users can maximise their ability to detect faint fluorescence with a low read noise of 1.3e- as well as capture highly dynamic events with high temporal resolution and fast frame rates of 43.5 fps @ 16-bit/63 fps @ 11-bit.

The Prime BSI camera delivers a balance between high-resolution imaging and sensitivity, with an optimised pixel design and 95% quantum efficiency to maximise signal detection. The 4 MP camera with 6.5 μm pixels captures highly detailed images with good quality while acquiring data at high frame rates. This ensures that all data is collected and no event goes undetected.

Prime BSI delivers a 100% pixel fill factor and does not rely on micro-lensing technology to increase detection. This is said to result in a 30% increase in sensitivity over previous sCMOS cameras. The balance in performance makes the product a versatile imaging camera for live-cell imaging with high sensitivity, high resolution, large field of view, high frame rates and large dynamic range.

For more information: http://www.scitech.com.au/index.php?page=cameras-digital-microscopy&loc=photometrics#prime-bsi.

Online: www.scitech.com.au
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