How does read noise change image quality? Is QE critical in my experiment? Do I need a camera with low dark noise? Explore these and other questions using this unique, interactive camera simulator, powered by advanced, technology-specific noise models. Users can control camera parameters and sample features and visualize results as signal to noise graphs or as images. Open multiple windows to compare two or more cameras.

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The qCMOS (Quantitative CMOS) is a ground-breaking new CMOS image sensor that has the ability to detect and identify the number of both single and multiple photoelectrons. Hamamatsu’s exclusive ORCA-Quest is the world's first camera to incorporate the qCMOS image sensor and is capable of resolving the number of photoelectrons using this newly developed technology. Let's start your adventure...

A leader in the scientific CMOS camera revolution, Hamamatsu has a camera to fit almost any budget or application. From our flagship ORCA-Fusion to the simple and affordable ORCA-spark we have sCMOS covered.

When imaging the dimmest of dim samples, EM-CCDs still shine. Why? It's all in the EM-CCD's larger pixel size and specialized architecture. These cameras are ideal for applications that require long exposures, big pixels and/or the ability to bin on-chip.

Simultaneous, dual-channel imaging is not new. But getting it right is. The W-VIEW GEMINI Series offers two versatile and easy to use options for dual channel imaging. Each has carefully designed custom optics and opto-mechanics to simplify and stabilize alignment and improve alignment precision.

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