Imaging biological processes in real time
To capture the faintest biological processes requires sensitive imaging cameras, which is why for a range of life-science applications researchers choose Photonic Science cameras.
X-ray imaging for material characterisation
With over 30 years of experience Photonic Science cameras have been used in for many x-ray applications including power diffraction, tomography and phase contrast imaging.
Composition and structural data to complement x-ray information
Photonic Science neutron cameras have been used across the globe and are used for material characterisation when X-rays become too attenuated.
Quality assurance with optical inspection and characterisation
From solar and semiconductor inspection, to hyperspectral imaging Photonic Science cameras are used in a range of industrial applications.
Imaging capabilities day and night at any distance
For surveillance Photonic Science cameras are used in a range of applications including airborne payloads and long-range surveillance.
From microstructural information to observing the entire sky
Cutting edge science require the very latest in imaging technology, which is why our cameras have been used in a range of applications including astronomy, plasma diagnostics and microscopy.
Diffraction, Imaging and Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAX)
Photonic Science X-ray imaging cameras and systems are installed in many of the synchrotron facilities around the world.