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MONTREAL, June 26, 2017 — The HNü128 AO electron-multiplying CCD (EMCCD) camera from Nüvü Cameras is designed for nonstandard environments.

The cooling behind the new adaptive optics option is optimized for rugged usage in a nonvacuum packaging, thus providing the required cooling for minimal dark current and for the fastest frame rate in low-light imaging. Proprietary imaging technology expands the frontiers of detection in near-complete-darkness imaging. This new option is critical in order for a scientific camera to be integrated as an enhanced solution in future imaging system designs requiring more robustness.

The 128 × 128-pixel scientific grade EMCCD detector provides exclusive imaging sensitivity between 500 and 1000 fps in full frame. Applications include use in astronomy and the biomedical field.
Jun 2017

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