Hamamatsu’s ORCA-Flash4.0 LT is a scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera that lends itself particularly well to brightfield, fluorescence, live cell, 3D, ratiometric calcium imaging, and multi-dimensional imaging. When compared to traditional CCD cameras, it offers higher signal-to-noise ratios, faster frame rates, and larger fields of view.
The ORCA-Flash4.0 LT sCMOS camera offers over 70% quantum efficiency at 600nm and high signal-to-noise ratios. It’s capable of achieving 30 frames per second operation at full resolution (2048 x 2048) and offers a field of view that is roughly 3X larger than most CCD cameras, allowing the operator to use the entire field of view of research microscopes.
In summation, it has 2x the speed, 3x the field of view, and up to 5x the signal to noise ratio over some of the industry’s best interline CCD cameras. For additional information on its features and specifications, download the datasheet. You’ll also get a look at dimensional outlines and a configuration example. If you’d prefer to contact Hamamatsu directly for more information, click here.
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