Localization microscopy is a computational microscopy to achieve higher resolution than traditional optical microscopes. Since the localization microscopy requires detecting fluorescence signal from single biomolecule, cameras need to be very sensitive. At the same time, frame rate of the cameras is one of the key factors to get higher throughput of high resolution images. It is especially important for live cell localization microscopy.

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ORCA-Flash4.0 V3 Digital CMOS camera: C13440-20CU   NEW

  • Digital CMOS
  • W-VEW Mode
  • Lightsheet Readout Mode

CMOS camera with greatly improved performance (comparing with ORCA-Flash4.0) designed for scientific research use. It is superior than EM-CCD in fluorescence imaging applications.(82 % peak QE)

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ImagEM X2 EM-CCD camera: C9100-23B

  • EM-CCD

High sensitivity camera with 512×512 pixel Electron Multiplying CCD. 70 frames/s at the full resolution of 512×512 pixels with a high signal-to-noise ratio, enabling quantitative high-speed, low-light imaging.

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ImagEM X2-1K EM-CCD camera: C9100-24B

  • EM-CCD

High sensitivity camera with 1024×1024 pixel Electron Multiplying CCD. 18.5 frames/s at the full resolution of 1024×1024 pixels with a high signal-to-noise ratio, enabling quantitative high-speed, low-light imaging.

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