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Long-Exposure CMOS Camera

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Long-exposure CMOS CameraThe Retiga E7 from Teledyne Photometrics is a long exposure-optimized CMOS camera that allows dark current control and low read noise.

Providing thermal noise control for applications that require exposure times stretching from seconds to minutes, the device can capture weak signals using long exposures in scientific research, including use in polymerase chain reaction and protein analysis. The 7-MP CMOS camera with 2.2-electron read noise and 0.02-electron/s dark current can detect weak signals while integrating over several minutes.


Photonics Spectra
Apr 2022
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