PCO has released the pco.dicam C1, said to be the first camera to combine a high-resolution 25 mm image intensifier with a 16-bit (4.2 MP) sCMOS sensor via an ultra-efficient tandem lens.
The automated medical image analysis program, designed to detect tumours, employs the movement and style of a retro video game to examine the breast area.
The system uses photoacoustic tomography to improve diagnosis of life-threatening diseases.
UTS researchers say new research holds the potential to see deeper into tissues to detect the biomarkers that are the very origins of disease.
The MultiSplit from Cairn Research is a four-way image splitting device dividing an image into two, three or four separate spatially equivalent components which can be displayed side by side on a single camera chip.
A new form of nanoparticle and associated imaging technique can detect multiple disease biomarkers, including those for breast cancer, found in deep tissue in the body.
The Livecyte imaging and cell analysis system from Phasefocus employs ptychographic quantitative phase imaging (QPI). This technology leverages phase shift information to generate high-contrast cell images under low levels of light intensity.
The MESO QuickPlex SQ 120 instrument has increased the accessibility of researchers and scientists to Meso Scale Discovery's (MSD) multi-array technology.
Scientifica's multiphoton detection unit, the MDU XL, is optimised for multiphoton imaging in deep, scattering tissue. It has been optimised to deliver crisp and deep images.
The CS505 series 5 MP CMOS cameras are available with either a monochrome or colour sensor and can generate full-frame 5 MP readout at 35 fps with 12-bit resolution.
The biggest challenge for many live cell researchers is to characterise individual cells without impacting their behaviour through the act of monitoring them.
The EM N2 1024 back-illuminated EMCCD camera by Nüvü Camēras is a fully customisable EMCCD camera for optimal performance and offers a high signal-to-noise ratio for photon counting in low-light imaging applications.
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.
The ImageXpress Pico Automated Cell Imaging System is more than a digital microscope, combining imaging and powerful analysis for individual labs that need easy automated imaging solutions.
The IR 2000 CMOS real-time monochrome camera is fine-tuned for applications that require fast response and high sensitivity in both the visible and NIR (up to 1100 nm).