TUCSON, Ariz., July 6, 2012 — Photometrics’ Evolve 512 Delta EM (electron-multiplying) CCD 512 × 512-pixel-resolution camera is equipped with a sensor running at 20 MHz, capturing images at 62.5 fps and producing <1e− read noise using EM gain. The camera was designed for superresolution applications such as stochastic optical reconstruction, photoactivation localization and ground state depletion microscopies. It also is suited for live-cell spinning disk confocal and selective plane illumination microscopies, intrinsic imaging, total internal reflection fluorescence, Förster resonance energy transfer and fluorescence recovery after photobleaching. The camera delivers >90% quantum efficiency. The company is providing existing Evolve 512 customers with an option to upgrade their legacy cameras to the performance level of the Evolve 512 Delta. The upgrade package will be available through the company’s global service centers.