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Scientific Superresolution Cameras from Greateyes GmbH are designed for high-performance spectroscopy and imaging from the NIR to x-ray region.

The cameras feature ultra low readout noise, high quantum efficiencies, low dark currents by deep sensor cooling and high dynamic range. The dynamic range requires a large pixel size with an associated high full-well capacity.

The novel camera class integrates the superresolution technique to achieve effective sub-pixel resolution. For this purpose, several images are acquired, each with the detector shifted stepwise in the sub-pixel μm range. From the set of individual frames, an image with higher resolution is generated. The entire measurement sequence is fully automated.

May/Jun 2017

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