Video to Show a SCMOS Camera for Fluorescence Microscopy

Sona is Andor’s latest high performance sCMOS camera platform, specifically for fluorescence microscopy. It launches with Sona 4.2B-11 and Sona 2.0B-11 back-illuminated sCMOS models, each featuring 95% Quantum Efficiency (QE) and market-leading vacuum cooling to -45 °C.

  • 95% QE & -45 °C cooling
  • Most sensitive back-illuminated sCMOS available
  • 4.2 Megapixel (Sona 4.2B)
  • Capture huge fields of cells & whole embryos
  • 70 fps full frame
  • Follow dynamic processes without smear
  • 99.7% plus linearity
  • Superb quantitative accuracy across full dynamic range
  • Vacuum longevity & quality
  • No moisture on sensor; no QE decay

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Introducing Sona, the world's most sensitive Back-illuminated sCMOS Camera

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