Intensified sCMOS provides the technical solution when other imaging technology does not meet your application’s high-speed requirements, whether you need ultra-short exposure times or higher resolution, and an extinction ratio beyond what non-intensified CCD or CMOS cameras can achieve.
Microscope manufacturers have increased their field of vision on the cameras connected to their microscopes to offer more information to their users. However, are larger image sensors a perfect fit for large field-of-view (FOV) microscope applications? This article explores the answer to this question and delves into the relationship between resolution, magnification, spectral range, and pixel size of image sensors.
This article discusses recent technological leaps in camera-based UV imaging, starting with a look at the differences between UV and visible light imaging, as well as the equipment used in each. It also describes how predecessor technologies and direct input from users have fueled the development of a new generation of advanced UV imaging cameras.
High-content screening involves a biological investigation of a large volume of different samples, in many cases using fluorescent emission as an indicator, completed at a maximum throughput. This article will help readers to identify their needs and their options when implementing a new camera into a high-content imaging system.
PCO offers the pco.edge 26 sCMOS camera with 5120 x 5120 pixel resolution and a 2.5 x 2.5 µm² pixel size for achieving the maximum level of spatial resolution for many applications, including microscopy imaging with low magnification.