LaVision offers a scientific imaging breakthrough with its new Imager sCMOS camera
Sunday, 12. September 2010
Imaging breakthrough with new scientific CMOS camera
This camera contains a new generation of scientific CMOS (sCMOS) sensor and combines the advantages of up-to-date CCD and CMOS sensor technologies resulting in an unsurpassed image quality and system performance. The high resolution 5.5 million pixel Imager sCMOS camera with extremely low readout noise offers excellent imaging performance in the field of quantitative scientific (laser) imaging. LaVision’s Imager sCMOS camera is especially designed for the demanding requirements in laser imaging applications such as Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) and Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence (PLIF): low light imaging combined with large signal variations, highest temporal and spatial resolution over large fields of view illuminated by the laser sheet.