EMCCD Cameras   |  16-bit images

Photometrics’ Evolve “Intelligent” EMCCD camera is the 1st scientific imaging solution that reads out pixel data in electrons, resulting in more accurate and reproducible data. With the most advanced feature set available, the small, yet powerful Evolve is ideally suited for low-light bioimaging applications.

The QuantEM:512SC is the only scientific camera in the world that offers electron-multiplying (EM) gain with true quantitative stability across 16 bits at 10-MHz, 5-MHz, and 1.25-MHz operation speeds.

The Cascade II:1024 camera uses a back-illuminated, frame-transfer EMCCD and deep thermoelectric cooling to provide truly spectacular low-light-level sensitivity at megapixel resolution.

The Cascade:1K EMCCD camera features a 2/3" imaging format that offers megapixel resolution for low-light-level, live-cell microscopy applications.

The Cascade:128+ EMCCD camera features a small imaging array that delivers ultrafast frame rates for low-light-level, live-cell microscopy applications.

Interline CCD Cameras

The CoolSNAP HQ2 offers optimal low-light-level sensitivity across the entire visible spectrum — and even into the near-infrared region. This interline camera is an ideal choice for a broad range of high-speed, high-resolution microscopy applications.

The CoolSNAP ES2 interline camera has been optimized for moderate- to low-light-level fluorescence microscopy applications that demand both moderate speed and high resolution.

The CoolSNAP EZ interline camera is an excellent choice for moderate-light-level fluorescence microscopy applications that demand both moderate speed and high resolution.

The CoolSNAP cf2 interline camera has been tailored specifically for moderate-speed microscopy applications that require the highest spatial resolution.

The CoolSNAP cf interline camera has been tailored specifically for moderate-speed microscopy applications that require the highest spatial resolution.

The CoolSNAP K4 interline camera enables full field-of-view fluorescence microscopy without any intermediate demagnifying optics.