Imaging at super resolution

Greg Blackman explores the latest advances made in scientific CMOS sensors and asks whether CCDs still have a place in life science imaging


Photometrics is set to present its Prime BSI and Iris 15 scientific CMOS cameras at the show


The Prime 95B Scientific CMOS being shown by Photometrics offers 95 per cent quantum efficiency

Capturing the thought process

Rob Ashwell looks at the advances being made in scientific image sensors and how these are furthering our understanding of the brain

Prime 95B

Photometrics and Gpixel have introduced the Photometrics Prime 95B Scientific CMOS camera. The Prime 95B camera is built on the first scientific-grade CMOS sensor available

eXcelon detector technology

e2v (Chelmsford, UK), Princeton Instruments (Trenton, USA) and Photometrics (Tucson, USA) have jointly launched the eXcelon back illuminated Charge Coupled Device (CCD) and Electron Multiplication CCD (EMCCD) detector technology

Evolve EMCCD camera

Photometrics, a designer and manufacturer of high-performance CCD and EMCCD cameras for the life sciences, has introduced the Evolve EMCCD camera.

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