Photometrics’ Prime camera features a scientific CMOS image sensor and is designed for life science research. Prime features a 4.2 MPixel sCMOS image sensor and dual USB 3.0 and PCI Express interfaces, which can achieve frame rates of 30 fps and 100 fps, respectively. The camera, which features air and liquid cooling, also has an FPGA-based “intelligent” embedded signal processing engine, including PrimeEnhance, which reduces the negative effects of photon shot-noise and provides a 3-5X increase in signal to noise ratio, as well as PrimeLocate, which actively detects and transfer only those regions containing localized data, lowering data storage requirements on the host PC. The prime scientific imaging camera will debut at Neuroscience 2015, which is being held at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago from October 17-21.
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Headquarters: Tucson, Arizona
Product: Prime scientific imaging camera
Key Features: 4.2 MPixel sCMOS image sensor, dual USB 3.0 and PCI Express interfaces, PrimeEnhance and PrimeLocate intelligent functions.
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