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New sCMOS Cameras vs. Current Microscopy Cameras

Author: Dr. Colin Coates
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Since the launch in late 2010 of imaging cameras that are based on a new 5.5 megapixel scientific CMOS (sCMOS) sensor, there has been much speculation about whether or not sCMOS will be seen as a technology replacement for interline CCD and electron multiplying CCD (EMCCD) cameras – which, in many ways, can be considered the current gold standards for low light fluorescence microscopy and bio-imaging in general. Coming from the unique market position of manufacturing all of the aforementioned camera types, we provide here an analysis of how these sensitive imaging technologies compare.
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