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PRODUCT DATASHEET Large Field of View, High Resolution Fluorescence Snapshot Camera Fluorescence Imaging with a Larger Perspective The vast majority of fluorescence cameras used today capture only 24% of the usable Field of View (FOV) on the microscope. This small FOV significantly reduces the amount of data collected by a single frame, limiting the number of cells monitored simultaneously, increasing the number of frames required for whole slide imaging and overall slowing down the throughput of a lab. To counter this FOV challenge, many scientists resort to de-magnifying optical adapters or lower magnifications but at the cost of significantly reduced image resolution. With the Retiga 6000 from QImaging, capturing the largest FOV is possible without compromising on resolution or sensitivity. With 6.05 million pixels and a 16mm sensor diagonal, the Retiga 6000 exploits the full microscope FOV, capturing twice the image area than most standard fluorescence cameras. Additionally, the small 4.54μm pixels maintain Nyquist sampling with lower magnifications and new high NA objectives, allowing the camera to benefit from the boost in optical resolution and image area. In the past, smaller pixels resulted in substantially less sensitivity, consequently limiting their use in fluorescence microscopy. However, with low noise camera electronics, high quantum efficiency of 75% and low dark current, the Retiga 6000 offers superior resolution without compromising on sensitivity. features See More of What You Are Missing 16mm sensor diagonal Switch Between Low and High Magnifications without Compromise 6.05 Mega Pixels with 4.54μm pixel pitch < Less Light? Not a Problem 75% QE combined with low noise electronics < Easy Compatibility with Virtually Any Windows PC USB 2.0 QCapture Pro™ An unequivocal advance in fluorescence documentation, the Retiga 6000 allows users to see larger areas in greater detail and with higher clarity than before, helping to push forward throughput and productivity in the lab. benefits Capture twice the image field of standard microscopy CCD cameras* < Simultaneously monitor twice as many cells for rare event detection, phenotyping, imaging cytometry, and cell cycle documentation < Reduce the number of frames by half when scanning whole slides < Large numbers of small pixels are ideal for low magnification, large FOV work < Small pixels take advantage of the increased optical resolution with new high NA objectives < Use binning to combine pixels and improve sensitivity at high magnifications < Reduce exposure times and the negative effects of bleaching and phototoxicity < Achieve higher resolution imaging without compromising on sensitivity < Image low luminescence signals over long periods < No cards to install, plug and play simplicity** Included image acquisition software QCapture Pro, combines a simple work-flow with basic analysis tools *Based on comparison with other microscopy cameras utilizing a 2/3” sensor. **Minimum computer specifications required to ensure performance. Please see the QImaging website for more details.

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Retiga™ 6000 Specifications applications ccd sensor Sensor Type CCD Array Pixel Size Sensor Dimensions Peak Quantum Efficiency Single Pixel Full Well Live Cell Time-Lapse Fluorescence < Sony ICX-694 Scientific Interline CCD (Color or Monochrome) High Content Screening Imaging Cytometry Whole Slide Imaging BioChip Analyzers and Gel Documentation Digital Output Readout Frequency Read Noise Frame Rate 2.8 fps at full resolution 5.1 fps binned 2x2 included Retiga 6000 Scientific CCD Camera Exposure Time Range Supported Binning Modes Supported Regions of Interest User Defined Gain Control Gain State...

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