Artemis CCD Limited, a manufacturer of cooled CCD cameras for low-light imaging applications, announced the latest addition to its range of scientific cooled CCD cameras.
PHOTONIS introduces NOCTURN, a digital extreme low-light CMOS camera. The NOCTURN camera is designed for high performance under both daylight and low-light level conditions. NOCTURN fits applications where high-resolution detection and ultra-high sensitivity are required under 24/7 conditions.
A new 5.0 megapixel CCD camera from Aven upgrades microscopes with high-resolution imaging in any lighting environment. Sharply detailed color images can be captured in low illumination, thanks to long exposure times and Peltier cooling.
Lumenera offers the INFINITYHD 2 megapixel microscopy color camera. Engineered with a high resolution 1/3” CMOS sensor, this camera was devised to provide streaming video output over an HDMI connector, running autonomously without the need for a computer.
Lumenera has released a new Mac Camera Driver and ImageJ Plug-In to provide support for both 32 and 64-bit versions of Mac OS X 10.6 and greater. While still maintaining support for ImageJ the new Mac camera software also provides a standalone INFINITY CAPTURE application for Lumenera’s scientific USB 2.0 camera line.
Lumenera announced INFINITY camera integration with Media Cybernetics Image-Pro software. Lumenera’s INFINITY 1, 2, 3, 4 and X families of cameras are now fully supported by Image-Pro, a 2D and 3D image processing, enhancement, and analysis software with extensive measurement and customization features.
ACCU-SCOPE announced its second generation 319CU digital microscopy camera that builds on and improves upon the architecture of its predecessor by offering faster frame rates for USB 2.0 microscopy cameras. The 319CU camera delivers 12 frames per second at full resolution (2048 X 1536).
QImaging offers the Rolera EM-C2 EMCCD microscopy camera. Engineered for high-sensitivity and high-speed performance in low-light imaging applications, the Rolera EM-C2 camera aids researchers in applications such as spinning-disc confocal imaging, Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy, ratiometric ion imaging and Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching (FRAP).
Nikon has added the high speed DS-Vi1 color camera to its range of Digital Sight cameras for microscopic imaging. The DS-Vi1 offers high frame rates and increased sensitivity for both multiple live image and sharp still image capture, making it ideal for high end biological research, clinical analysis, and documentation as well as medical teaching use.
Vision USA's digital "Communicator" is a camera/video that is mounted on an adjustable stand allowing the user to capture and transmit images of specimens, disease analysis, insects, skin, alloy, and more at 10x - 200x, 500x with LED lighting.
Lumenera introduced the new INFINITY1-2 microscopy camera. Specifically designed for documentation, this 2.0 megapixel camera is available in color and features a high resolution CMOS sensor.
The Dual Camera module for the AxioVision image analysis software from Carl Zeiss is intended for users who examine fast intracellular processes with maximum resolution in both time and space.
The XPERT 20 is a compact, digital cabinet x-ray system from KUBTEC. Designed for use in limited spaces, it has an 11" × 12" footprint and stands 18" high. The XPERT 20 is available with two detector options, 2" × 2" or 4" × 2".
The INFINITY X-32 , a 32 mega-pixel CCD pixel shifting camera features low noise, 12 fps at native resolution and high light sensitivity. Sub-pixel shifting technology provides variable resolution capture at 2, 8, 16 and 32 mega-pixels for increased image size and precise color accuracy.
ORCA-R2 cooled CCD camera from Hamamatsu offers high-resolution imaging with twice the frame rate of previous models, and provides sensitivity from UV to NIR frequencies. Dynamic range of up to 6000:1 is achieved through advanced cooling (air or water) and circuit design.