Leica sCMOS microscope camera for imaging live cells under...
Leica sCMOS microscope camera for imaging live cells under near-native conditions
Wetzlar, Germany. Leica Microsystems launches the Leica DFC9000, a monochrome microscope camera with a highly sensitive third-generation sCMOS sensor. The camera enables researchers to image live cells under near-native conditions, allowing them to gain a better understanding of cellular processes and dynamics.
The Leica DFC9000 sCMOS microscope camera is highly sensitive with its high quantum efficiency of up to 82% and extremely low noise. The image shows a paramecium expressing GFP-Epiplasmin and Cy5-polyglycylated Tubulin. Nucleus stained with Hoechst 33258 (blue). Acquisition with