Sep. 25, 2014
Raptor Photonics picked up two awards at the recent Larne Business Awards 2014, celebrated at Ballygally Castle hotel on September 18, honouring the borough's top businesses. The company came out top in the Innovation and Export award categories and is testiment to the continued growth of the company, set up in 2008. Raptor designs and sells high performance digital imaging cameras all over the world.
moreMar. 31, 2014
Zyla sCMOS has proven a superb camera choice for the biologist and microscopist.
Many simply see the Zyla as an amazing value, superb price/performance 'workhorse' camera with which to replace their existing interline CCD and upgrade the performance of their fluorescence microscope.
moreFeb. 10, 2014
Capturing and documenting a true-to-life representation of your sample is an important aspect of microscopy, achieved using the digital camera. Digital cameras specialized for microscopy come in all shapes and sizes, and selecting the best camera for your system can be a daunting task. It can be of help to consider four main features that essentially dictate camera performance: color reproduction, sensitivity, live image quality and resolution. Being aware of what these parameters really mean for your chosen application will guide you to a camera to complete your microscope system and truly enhance your experience.
moreJan. 15, 2014
Pushing the Boundaries of EMCCD Technology
Photometrics introduces another first in EMCCD technology with its Evolve 512 Delta EMCCD camera. The Evolve 512 Delta possesses the industry's fastest frame rates and highest sensitivity for a camera of its class, enabling researchers to obtain high quality super-resolution images in half the time it takes other 512x 512 EMCCD cameras.
moreNov. 12, 2013
Optimized for Microscopy
This new Scientific CMOS camera is optimized for fluorescence microscopy and features faster frame rates and lower noise. optiMOS delivers 10 x the time resolution of CCD cameras without trading off on resolution or sensitivity.
moreOct. 22, 2013
Understanding embryo development is still one of the most intriguing questions facing today's biologists. Light-sheet microscopy is rapidly gaining recognition for whole organism imaging, allowing cell growth, differentiation and morphogenesis to be studied in detail. However, compared to confocal microscopy, the amount of data generated by this new technique is approximately three thousand times greater and poses new storage and image post-processing challenges.
moreOct. 22, 2013
A unique colour X-ray camera went into operation at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR). With this camera, it will be possible for the researchers at the Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology (HIF), a part of the HZDR, to determine within a very short period of time the concentrations of such very finely dispersed metals as rare earth elements in ore minerals. The scientists celebrated the start of the camera's routine operation together with colleagues, partners, and companies who participated in the assembly of the camera. It was developed specifically to meet the institute's analytical requirements.
moreJul. 12, 2013
Available on the iXon Ultra 897 camera, the Optically Centred Crop Mode offers extremely fast frame rate performance from Region of Interest (ROI), and is ideally matched to the speed and sensitivity needs of live cell super-resolution microscopy.
moreJul. 03, 2013
Panasonic System Communications Company Europe has introduced its GP-MH322/326/330 series of Full-HD module cameras.
moreJul. 01, 2013
The 11 Megapixel Morada G2 TEM camera from Olympus Soft Imaging Solutions offers an extremely large field of view combined with maximum resolution, high frame rates more