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Scientific Cameras Push the Boundaries of Speed and Sensitivity

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The rigors of research and measurement demand imagers that can capture data at extreme speeds and in ultralow light.

HANK HOGAN, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR

Scientific applications push imaging to the extremes. They demand cameras that can capture events as they unfold over nanoseconds, or capture processes that produce only a few photons across a broad spectrum — or a combination of both. In all instances, scientists require quantifiable data that can either prove or disprove a hypothesis. Advancements in CMOS imaging technology have enabled scientific CMOS (sCMOS) sensors that, unlike their conventional brethren, enable cameras that offer some combination of low readout noise, higher resolutions, higher frame rates, and higher...Read full article

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