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Hamamatsu Orca Flash2.8 CMOS camera: Performance compared to the C9100-13 EMCCD and the Orca ER
  • Publication Type:
    Poster
  • Authors:
    Vaughan AN
  • Presented date:
    05/09/2011
  • Presented at:
    ImagingSciences@UCL
  • Location:
    University College London, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
  • Keywords:
    EMCCD, CMOS
  • Addresses:
    Andrew Vaughan
    MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology
    University College London
    Gower Street
    London
    WC1E 6BT
    United Kingdom
Abstract
Complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) chips are common in consumer digital cameras but have not been favoured in low light level imaging applications because of poor sensitivity and high noise. Recently a series of scien- tific CMOS cameras have been launched which promise improvements in both the above areas as well as having the potential for increased resolution and readout speed over the traditionally preferred CCD chips. Our tests were de- signed to compare the Hamamatsu C11440-10C Orca Flash2.8 CMOS camera to a conventional C4742-95 Orca ER CCD camera commonly used in fluorescence microscopy applications and a C9100-13 EMCCD camera which is used for very low light level work and is capable of high speed acquisition.
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