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ORCA-D2 Dual CCD Camera

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ORCA-D2 Dual CCD Camera

Hamamatsu’s ORCA-D2 camera features two CCD image sensors in a single camera, making dual-image capture as easy as single-image capture. With the ORCA-D2, dual wavelength images are captured simultaneously and with a wide field of view in each image. These images are captured at selectable wavelengths using interchangeable optical blocks containing beam splitters and emission filters. In addition, the camera automatically corrects for color and image shifts. The ORCA-D2 camera is ideal for dual wavelength imaging and multifocal point imaging in the visible to NIR region.

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Datasheet: ORCA-D2 Dual CCD Camera

Features
  • Two ER-150 interline CCD image sensors with peak QE over 70% and 6.45 micron pixels
  • Single camera body with two CCDs
  • Interchangeable optical blocks with built-in memory
  • Independent exposure control of each CCD
  • Automatic synchronization of dual image readout
  • Adjustable, motorized Z-focus of one CCD
  • Dual images produced at 11.27 fps
Benefits
  • High resolution and short exposure times
  • Saves bench space and allows easy setup
  • Rapid filter changes with automatic image alignment
  • Very wide dynamic range image pairs with good signal-to-noise ratio in each
  • Dual image capture is as easy as single image capture.
  • Reliable multifocal point imaging
  • Effective frame rate is over 22 fps with perfect timing at full resolution

Applications

  • Ratio imaging
  • Single and dual wavelength fluorescence microscopy
  • Fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET)
  • Colocalization applications
  • Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
  • Dual wavelength TIRF microscopy
  • Dual wavelength real-time confocal microscopy
  • Combined transmission and fluorescence imaging
  • Multifocal point imaging microscopy

 

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Datasheet: ORCA-D2 Dual CCD Camera

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