Raptor Photonics, a global leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance digital cameras, has launched its latest camera the Falcon III, using ground-breaking EMCCD – GEN III technology. The Falcon III incorporates a new EMCCD sensor developed by e2v which offers 1MP resolution with 10µm square pixels. A back-illuminated sensor offers a peak QE of >95% offering unsurpassed sensitivity with a total noise floor as low as 0.01 electrons readout noise.
QImaging recently introduced the Retiga ELECTRO CCD camera that is designed to excel within the demanding imaging requirements of an electrophysiology system. The QImaging Retiga ELECTRO is a cooled 1.4 Megapixel camera that offers features that help researchers conquer the challenges of electrophysiology. The camera includes Ocular™, the user friendly image capture software also from QImaging.
Raptor Photonics launched the Toucan, a family of spectroscopy detectors aimed at the OEM / instrumentation market. The Toucan is initially available as an e2v CCD-3011 cooled to -40°C. The 1024 x 255 pixels will make it an ideal camera for spectroscopy applications.
Hamamatsu Photonics has released the ImagEM X2, a new electron multiplying (EM) CCD camera with even faster speed than previous ImagEM cameras.
Responding to a customer request, Vision Components, expert for embedded machine vision systems, has refined its intelligent camera model VC nano cube.
At this year's VISION exhibition, Vision Components will present the VC nano cube dual, an intelligent stereo camera based on the proven VC nano cube line.
At Vision 2012 in Stuttgart, the JAI Group introduced a new line of leading edge industrial CMOS cameras, as well as the first model in a new series of high fidelity CCD cameras.
Thomas Bauersachs with pco.tech explains what dynamic range is as it relates to a camera’s capabilities and specifications. Watch the video to better understand its importance and how it can affect your imaging application.
Marco Snikkers wrapped up our Photonics West 2016 coverage by introducing us to a pixel sensor that acts as an 8-channel spectrometer for biomedical, fluorescence marking, and colorimeter applications, as well as a multi-spectral camera that can monitor specific wavelengths in real-time.
At Photonics West 2014, Raptor Photonics had a variety of EMCCD, sCMOS, and CCD cameras on display. Their VP of sales and marketing Mark Donaghy gives us a closer look at the Kingfisher V 1940 x 1460 CCD camera.
This video offers a comparison on Raptor Photonics’ Raptor Hawk EMCCD Camera against Sony’s EXview CCD Camera during nighttime conditions.
Mark Donaghy, VP of sales and marketing for Raptor Photonics, speaks with us about the Kingfisher deep cooled vacuum CCD camera and the OWL SWIR 640 high resolution, low noise, digital VIS-SWIR camera.