Scientific imaging camera from QImaging targets electrophysiology research

New from QImaging is the Retiga ELECTRO scientific imaging camera, which is designed for use in electrophysiology research applications.

Sep 15th, 2016
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New from QImaging is the Retiga ELECTROscientific imaging camera, which is designed for use in electrophysiology research applications. The Retiga ELECTRO is equipped with a cooled 1.4 MPixel monochrome Sony ICX825 CCD image sensor, which has a 6.45 µm pixel size and features 14-bit digital output at 22 fps. Additionally, the camera features a USB 3.0 interface, 50 MHz pixel digitation for fast frame frames to place electrodes accurately; regulated, fanless cooling for zero-vibration imaging; external grounding that eliminates electrical noise; and FPGA-based processing. The camera also comes with QImaging’s Ocular image capture software, which provides navigation between live view, image acquisition, movie capture, and image analysis tasks.

To Learn More:

Contact:QImaging
Headquarters: Surrey, BC, Canada

Product: Retiga ELECTRO scientific imaging camera
Key Features:  1.4 MPixel monochrome Sony ICX825 CCD image sensor, fanless cooling, USB 3.0 interface, 22 fps, FPGA-based processing, Ocular software.

What QImaging says:
View more information on the Retiga ELECTRO.

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