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CMOS Scientific Cameras

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The CS505 series of cameras from Thorlabs Inc. is a line of 5-MP compact CMOS scientific cameras ideally suited for scientific imaging applications.

The cameras are available with either a monochrome or color sensor and can generate full-frame 5-MP readout at 35 fps with 12-bit resolution. Measuring just 2.38 × 2.78 in., the compact camera housing has been engineered to provide passive thermal management for the sensor, reducing dark current without the need for a cooling fan or thermoelectric cooler.

The 6:5 aspect ratio and 3.45-μm pixel size make the cameras ideal for a wide variety of microscope imaging techniques including quantitative low-light fluorescence microscopy and transmitted-light imaging, among others.

Nov/Dec 2018

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