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QImaging Introduces EXi Aqua™ Microscopy Camera for Bio-Imaging
Date:8/24/2009

Infra-red Differential Interference Contrast); NIR (Near Infrared); phase contrast, bright-field, dark-field; cell devision studies; Cell motility studies; cell trafficking studies; cell signalling studies; protien trafficking, Ca imaging; Neuroscience imaging; cancer studies; cell morphology studies; FRET studies and more.

The 20 MHz, 14-bit EXi Aqua camera utilizes the remarkable bandwidth of an IEEE 1394b Firewire interface with the megapixel resolution and excellent sensitivity of a Sony ICX285 interline sensor. The IEEE 1394b protocol delivers 800 Mb/s bandwidth capacity, allowing the EXi Aqua camera to read out up to 10.9 full-resolution frames per second. Flexible binning enhances the camera's sensitivity and speed. Variable exposure times range from 10 microseconds to 17.9 minutes. Cooled and stabilized at 0 degrees C, it boasts a broad spectral response with enhanced red sensitivity, and approximately 20% less read noise than its predecessor the Retiga EXi. Weighing in at less than 2 pounds, the camera requires no bulky external controller, minimizing bench clutter.

The EXi Aqua Microscopy Camera utilizes the robust QCam driver which integrates seamlessly with a variety of popular third-party software packages, and can be installed and operational minutes out of the box. It is backed by superior QImaging application and product support and a two-year limited warranty - the industry's best.

About QImaging
QImaging designs, manufactures, and markets high-performance FireWire cameras for life science, machine vision, and OEM applications. These affordable digital imaging solutions offer outstanding versatility, ease of use, and reliability. Tens of thousands of customers worldwide use QImaging cameras to perform quantitative image analysis and acquire high-resolution images for publication. Numerous alliances with th
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