EMCCD Cámaras Photometrics

 EvolveTM 512 Delta EMCCD Camera

Unprecedented speed and sensitivity for super resolution applications

Discover a new way to evolve your science with the fastest and most productive EMCCD camera available in the world. The Evolve 512 Delta empowers you with the potential to obtain research results in about half the time of previous 512 EMCCD cameras. Designed specifically for demanding Super-Resolution applications, this camera delivers an unprecedented new level of speed and sensitivity. read more

Primary Applications
  • Super-Resolution
  • SMF and Tracking
  • Spinning Disk Confocal – Live Cell
  • SPIM
  • Intrinsic Imaging
  • FCS
  • TIRF
  • FRET
  • FRAP

  Evolve-128-EMCCD-Camera  EvolveTM 128 EMCCD Camera

Excellent for low-light imaging applications

The Evolve 128 delivers the highest frame rates available with extreme sensitivity for demanding low-light applications ranging from In Vivo imaging to Single Molecule Fluorescence. As the leader in quantitative performance, the Evolve 128 provides researchers an enhanced imaging tool with on board camera intelligence. Features such as Quant-View® combined with superior stability, enables precise and accurate research measurement and reproducible results. read more

Primary Applications
  • InVivo Imaging
  • Calcium Imaging
  • Cell Physiology
  • Live Cell Microscopy
  • Single Molecule Fluorescence

   Evolve-512-EMCCD-CameraEvolveTM 512 EMCCD Camera

Smallest, Most Powerful Scientific EMCCD Camera

The Evolve 512 “Intelligent” EMCCD camera is the first scientific imaging solution that reads out pixel data in photoelectrons, resulting in accurate and reproducible data. With the most advanced feature set available, this small, yet powerful Evolve camera is ideally suited for low-light bioimaging applications. read more

Primary Applications
  • Photo-Activated Localization Microscopy (PALM)
  • Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy (STORM)
  • Spinning disk confocal microscopy
  • Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy
  • Cell trafficking studies
  • Live-cell fluorescent protein imaging
  • Single Molecule Fluorescence (SMF)