Photometrics introduces its new high-speed and sensitive Evolve 128 EMCCD camera. The Evolve 128 provides researchers with an enhanced imaging tool that includes onboard camera intelligence features such as QuantView and Background Event Reduction Technology. These features provide researchers reduced noise with precise, accurate, and highly quantitative measurement. On-board intelligence gives the Evolve EMCCD cameras a unique feature set that is only available from Photometrics. Prior to Evolve, cameras produced output data in arbitrary units making it time-consuming and challenging to reproduce study results. The Evolve’s Quant-View technology provides a repeatable methodology to gather and interpret live imaging data by reading out pixel values in photoelectrons—a standardized unit of measurement. Precise measurement is crucial in any experiment and especially in high-speed, low-light imaging. The Evolve 128’s standardized data, in conjunction with its highest frame-rates, sub-electron read noise and stability provide superior performance. The camera is ideally suited for techniques such as in vivo imaging and cell physiology, as well as extremely low light applications such as spinning disk confocal microscopy, and single molecule fluorescence (SMF). The Evolve 128 is available with new and exclusive eXcelon Technology, a back-illuminated CCD and EMCCD detector technology which was developed jointly by e2V, Princeton Instruments and Photometrics. eXcelon sensor technology gives a significant increase in the broadband quantum efficiency in the blue wavelengths while reducing fringe effects (etaloning) in the near Infra-Red wavelengths.
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Founded in 1978, Photometrics is the world’s premier designer and manufacturer of high-performance CCD and EMCCD cameras for the life sciences. The original architect of the world’s 1st scientific grade microscopy EMCCD camera, researchers across the globe rely on Photometrics’ state-of-the-art imaging instrumentation,
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