Scitech appointed authorised distributor for Photometrics

Scitech is the new authorised
distributor for the Photometrics range of products in Australia and New
Zealand. A world-leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance CMOS, CCD
and EMCCD cameras and multi-channel imaging solutions for scientific research
and industrial applications, Photometrics is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona
in the US.

Photometrics has led the
industry for several decades with state-of-the-art imaging instrumentation
relied upon by researchers globally to meet their most demanding quantitative requirements.
Established in 1978, the company has earned its market leadership with several
decades of strong product design and delivery.

The award-winning company, which
designed the world’s first scientific-grade EMCCD camera, has continuously set
the precedent for innovative camera design with notable milestones including:

2015: Photometrics releases
Prime sCMOS camera, which uses an embedded signal processing engine to
quantitatively restore images that are hidden in photon shot noise.

2015: Photometrics completes
LightSpeed mode for the Evolve 512 Delta EMCCD to significantly increase image
capture, up to 3,000 frames per second.

2013: The Evolve 512 Delta EMCCD
scientific camera is selected as a 2013 Laboratory Equipment Readers’ Choice
Award Winner.

2012: Photometrics announces
Evolve 512 Delta, the fastest and most productive camera available in the
world, with superior quantitative and detection performance.

Photometrics also maintains a
broad portfolio of intellectual property and is the owner of numerous US and
international patents and trademarks. The company’s Product Quality Policy
provides a Protection Guarantee on every camera sold, helping maintain high
customer confidence.

Scitech’s multi-disciplined imaging and
applications team offers exceptional knowledge, advice, installation, training
and technical support to their customers.

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