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Highly Sensitive InGaAs Camera

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Highly Sensitive InGaAs CameraC-RED 2 is a highly sensitive InGaAs camera suited for fluorescence imaging in the NIR-II range, offering high dynamic imaging, 600 fps full frame, <30e RON, optimized dark current <600 e/p/s, on-the-fly corrections, long exposure times optimization, and easy integration into any system. Read our white paper about Small Animal Imaging and contact us for more information.  


Photonics Showcase
Nov 2020
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