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CCD vs sCMOS Cameras for Microscopy. The optiMOS Camera from QImaging is Fast, Sensitive and Budget Friendly!

CCD cameras – the previous gold standard Since the inception of digital microscopy, scientific grade CCD cameras have been the gold standard for imaging due to their sensitivity, linear response to light and low noise characteristics. However, while CCDs are great for low-light fluorescence documentation and quantitation, the inherent architecture of these sensors limits their […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 5th of August, 2014
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Roll with it! The Award Winning optiMOS Camera from QImaging: Achieving Global Shutter Readout without Rolling Shutter Artifacts

Global shutter vs rolling shutter Most of the Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductors (CMOS) cameras on the market today offer a trade-off between their speed and the image quality. However, QImaging can now offer the ‘optiMOS’ sCMOS camera, which is able to offer high-speed image capture without reducing the frame-rate or increasing the noise of an […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 9th of July, 2014
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Introducing optiMOS from QImaging: A Camera to Address your CCD Camera Challenges

The main problem facing researchers when trying to image cell mechanisms is that they occur over very short periods of time and, when fluorescently labelled, the emitted signals tend to be relatively low. To capture and document such mechanisms and interactions, the cameras used must provide enough temporal and spatial resolution whilst maintaining a sufficient […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 7th of November, 2013
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The Retiga 6000 From QImaging: See More Of What You Are Missing

Most of the fluorescence cameras used today capture around only 24% of the usable Field of View on the microscope. Consequently, the small FOV reduces the data collected in a single frame. This in turn means an increase in the number of frames required to image a whole slide or sets a limitation in the […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 24th of October, 2013
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Quantifying optical brain activity using a custom imaging system from QImaging: a customer interview

Quantifying brain activity through optical imaging has the potential to change the way the biomedical community treats neurological disorders and brain injuries. Dr. Ofer Levi, Ph.D., assistant professor at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, is setting out to prove that with the right technology and team, real-time, dual modality brain […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 25th of October, 2012
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The Rolera™ Bolt Scientific CMOS Camera for High-Speed Fluorescence Imaging

QImaging announces the release of the Rolera Bolt Scientific CMOS camera, a high-speed imaging alternative that is less than half the cost of most scientific CMOS and CCD cameras. The Rolera Bolt is the latest addition to QImaging’s high-speed, high-sensitivity family of cameras that also includes the recently released Rolera Thunder. Designed for low-light imaging, […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 31st of July, 2012