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Large-Format CCD Cameras

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Large-Format CCD CamerasThe deep-cooled, ultralarge-format SOPHIA 4096B cameras from Princeton Instruments Inc. are engineered for applications ranging from astronomy to fluorescence imaging.

The back-illuminated CCD cameras deliver high performance for an extensive set of low-light imaging applications, such as astronomy, in vivo imaging, and semiconductor failure analysis.The SOPHIA 4096B cameras provide high field-flattener performance via utilization of a reduced window-to-CCD-surface distance and minimized window thickness. This optimized optical design improves edge sharpness and lowers distortion.

SOPHIA 4096B cameras incorporate the ability to “zero out” the variability in the mechanical assembly to achieve precise and repeatable CCD orientation. The CCD can be adjusted for tilt, pitch, and z-axis translation, reducing the requirement for system-level adjustments.

Oct 2018

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