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A camera is a device that records images, either as a still photograph or as moving images. Cameras may work with the light of the visible spectrum or with other portions of the electromagnetic spectrum
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The advanced high-performance, fully integrated, 4-port readout, thermoelectrically cooled Quad-RO: 4096 camera with electronically balanced quadrants, dual speed readout, on board memory to guarantee images w/o losses, capability to read images at 4-port or single port and industry standard firewire (IEEE 1394a) interface is designed for indirect imaging of X-rays or other Lambertian sources.
Princeton Instruments is pleased to offer GigE Vision data interface for the entire line of MEGAPLUS® cameras. These high-resolution Princeton Instruments cameras, whose resolution ranges from 1.6 to 16 megapixels, are used in some of the most demanding vision applications around the world. The GigE Vision interface enhances the versatility of MEGAPLUS cameras, which also feature Camera Link and FireWire (IEEE 1394a) interfaces.
The OWL SW1.7 CL-640 is a robust, high-sensitivity, digital VIS-SWIR camera. With a 640x512 InGaAs sensor from SCD the OWL enables high sensitivity imaging from 0.4 to 1.7µm.
Andor’s Newton CCD and EMCCD spectroscopy detectors have been designed specifically for fast and low-light spectroscopic applications.
Using ultra high-resolution image intensifiers and no-compromise optical design, takes image quality to the next level in ultra high-speed framing. The Specialised Imaging Multi-Channel Framing Camera offers the ultimate in ultra-high-speed imaging performance to scientists and engineers across all disciplines. The all-new custom optical design offers up to 16 separate channels without compromising on resolution, shading, or parallax
After launching the Kingfisher CCD, Raptor has launched a deep-cooled vacuum version of the same camera.
The advanced high-sensitivity, thermoelectrically cooled family of PIXIS-XO camera systems is designed with special back-illuminated CCDs without anti-reflection coating for direct imaging of very low energy X-rays (< 30 eV). The rotatable conflat flange design provides ultra-high vacuum hard metal seals with ability to align the CCD.
PI's unique VersArray cameras feature large format CCD detectors for wide-area imaging. These high-tech systems also offer the lowest read and dark noise in the industry via cryogenic air cooling.
The SIR3 series of cameras from Specialised Imaging are compact, lightweight and robust, making them ideally suited for the harsh indoor and outdoor environments associated with proofing ground and industrial use.
The TEAM™ EBSD analysis system is integrated with the smooth operation of the TEAM™ software with the analytical power of OIM™ to offer state-of-the-art characterization of crystal structures.
PyLoN™ from Princeton Instruments is a new line of controllerless, cryogenically cooled CCD cameras designed for quantitative spectroscopy applications that demand the highest possible sensitivity.
HORIBA’s EFiS UV EMCCD is a scientific frame transfer EMCCD camera. The 1004x1002 sensor size helps to facilitate the most advantageous data resolution. Additionally, the frame transfer technology eliminates the need for shuttering of the incident light.
Raptor Photonics offers the KI247-CL digital KITE EMCCD camera that has excellent resolution, speed and sensitivity.
Qimaging's optiMOS is a high-framerate, now-noise, budget friendly sCMOS camera. As an affordable sCMOS solution, optiMOS brings the advantages of low noise and high speed imaging to a broader range of applications.
The iRiS is a 4.2 MP scientific CMOS camera from Horiba. The size of the sensor (2048x2048) allows a large field of view and exceptional image resolution. The camera is Peltier cooled and thus enables low dark current.
The OSPREY Scientific CMOS camera model OS4MPc-CL, features a 2kx2k low noise scientific CMOS sensor that is exclusive due to its high resolution, high sensitivity, high speed and high quantum efficiency.
Andor's iKon-L 936 [DO] USB X-ray CCD camera is designed with x-ray imaging in mind, an ideal system to interface to vacuum chambers for direct X-ray detection. The 2048 x 2048 array and 13.5µm2 pixels combine to deliver a 27.6 x 27.6mm active image area, TE cooled down to -100°C.
The fully integrated high-performance, thermoelectrically cooled PIXIS-XF camera utilizes a scientific grade 2048 x 2048 pixel CCD for lensless, indirect imaging of X-rays using phosphor screens. Supported under LabView and Linux OS, the camera features a compact single-head design, an easy-to-use USB 2.0 interface, and comes equipped with WinView software.
The TEAM™ EDS Analysis System from EDAX is an intuitive analytical solution used for SEM purposes. Combined with the TEAM™ EDS Software Suite, the tool delivers automated workflow functions.
The T-Cam Compact Hi-Spec scientific CCD Camera permits high resolution imaging of ultra fast events in either ambient or low light environments coupled with instantaneous access to the data. It will provide an invaluable tool to engineers studying aerodynamics and flow mechanics.
The Hawk EMCCD camera is a a compact and highly robust EMCCD camera with a range of digital or analogue outputs and offers a resolution of 658x496 with frame rate of 25 / 30Hz.
Compact OCI™-OEM hyperspectral cameras from BaySpec are optical engines of the OCI-1000 and OCI-2000 hyperspectral imagers. The high performance hyperspectral/multispectral cameras are known for their compactness and rapid data transfer rate.
Based on Princeton Instruments’ popular deep-cooled PIXIS platform, PIXIS CCD Cameras with eXcelon cameras utilize proprietary eXcelon back-illuminated and deep depletion sensor technology to provide significant improvements in sensitivity and fringe suppression.
The SIM02 Specialised Imaging Multi-Channel Framing Camera, using ultra high-resolution image intensifiers, no-compromise optical design, and double pulsing takes ultra high-speed framing to the next level of flexibility. The SIM02 Specialised Imaging Multi-Channel Framing Cameras offer the ultimate in ultra-high-speed imaging performance to scientists and engineers across all disciplines.
The digital FALCON BLUE EMCD camera model FA285B-CL integrates high sensitivity, speed and high resolution.
Buehler’s OmniMet™ is designed to perform powerful image analysis coupled with an adjustable database.
Photon etc.’s ZEPHIR camera is a low-cost, deep-cooled SWIR camera that can be operated from 0.8 to 2.6µm. Initially designed for complex faint-flux applications such as hyperspectral imaging, the camera integrates a four-stage TE cooler.
Horiba Scientific’s AToR EMCCD is a scientific interline EMCCD camera. The 658x496 sensor size allows for optimum data resolution, and the interline transfer technology enables short integration times sans image smudging as an outcome of the rapid transfer of signal charge to the lightshielded storage column.
Photon etc. offers the V-EOS widefield hyperspectral camera, which gives complete information about the target with full resolution images at wavelengths ranging from 400 to 1000nm. With a patented design based on volume Bragg gratings, the V-EOSTM redefines spectral analysis and offers a range of monochromatic images at user-specified wavelengths.