Intensified cameras

Single photon camera systems


Both camera systems are designed for single photon imaging, but they differ fundamentally in their principle of image acquistion.


HRPCS is a classic iCMOS camera with a double-MCP image intensifier. This camera is well-suited for applications such as bio- / chemoluminescence or weak fluorescence. The integration time per image can be extended virtually indefinitely and is limited only by the memory.

Data sheet 


IPD acquires for each single event the corresponding position and time stamp. The the data are recorded as a (x,y,t) set and thus the image can be resolved in time. This system offers true 100% duty cycle.

Data sheet 

High-speed intensified camera

iCMOS 160

This camera delivers 160 im/s at full resolution of 2,3 MPix (1920 x 1200). The image intensifier allows shutter times down to 50 ns (standard) or even 3 ns (high-speed option) at repetition rates of up to 300 kHz.

Data sheet 

Neutron camera


This system is based on a 4,2 MPix sCMOS camera. In its standard configuration it is equipped with a 75 mm Ø Gadox screen and a 75 mm Ø gateable (100 ns) single-MCP image intensifier. The system reaches an overall resolution of 10 LP/mm.

Data sheet 

Technical characterization 

Velocity Map Imaging

Velocitas VMI

Velocitas VMI is a system including vacuum chamber and pumps, ion optics and camera.

Here you can find a detailed description of the essential components.



All Photek cameras come with the Image32 software. This software integrates all functions for the various applications for intensified cameras.