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The following video, sponsored by Lumenera Corporation, introduces the differences of uncooled vs. cooled scientific cameras for wide-field applications.

Here is a market overview of cameras made by specialist manufacturers and companies around the globe, including EMCCD, CCD, Interline CCD (iCCD), scientific CMOS (sCMOS), InGaAs, and others.

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ANDOR Newton SO DO920P CCD models

Andor’s Newton SO series features high-QE sensors for direct detection of soft X-Ray, EUV or VUV photons. A convenient 16-point, knife-edge sealed 6”...

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QImaging Rolera Bolt sCMOS

As a cost-effective solution, the Rolera Bolt is designed to meet the imaging requirements for a diverse set of applications ranging from...

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QImaging MicroPublisher 3.3 Cooled CCD

The QImaging MicroPublisher with Real-Time Viewing (RTV) delivers unsurpassed interactivity and productivity by combining...

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ANDOR iDus DU401A CCD

The Scientific Grade, 1024 x 127 deep depletion spectroscopy CCD camera is ideally suited to rapid analysis, multi-channel and low-light applications...

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PCO pco.edge 5.5 sCMOS

The pco.edge 5.5 is equipped with an innovative scientific CMOS sensor providing crisp images and precise measurements. The pco.edge series can be...

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Photometrics QV2 Multichannel Imaging System

Simultaneous acquisition of up to four emission channels: QV2 allows simultaneous acquisition of up to four emission channels in a single exposure....

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ANDOR Zyla 4.2 sCMOS

Offering the highest QE available from sCMOS technology, coupled with extremely low read noise, 100 fps frame rate and ultra low fan vibration, Zyla...

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QSI RS .40 Series CCD

The QSI RS 0.4 model camera employs a 400,000 pixel (768x512) Kodak full frame CCD image sensor with microlens technology. The high quantum...

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