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Win a Scientific Camera - Winner Announced

We are giving the scientific community a chance to win one of our refurbished high-performance imaging cameras, which are suitable for a wide range of applications and techniques, and for routine research through to extremely challenging experiments.

Our extensive portfolio, which includes the world's most sensitive camera, is characterised by outstanding imaging performance and ease of use, empowering customers to see more, faster. These cameras will enable you to push the boundaries of science.

Winner Announced

Alan Boka - Scientific Camera Winner

Alan Boka of the University of Pennslyvania has won a Sona sCMOS camera for their research using high spatiotemporal fluorescent microscopy to study molecular dynamics in living systems. 

Alan is a 3rd year Ph.D. student in the lab of Dr. Mustafa Mir at the University of Pennsylvania and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. His work seeks to discover how proteins controlling gene expression during development are able to efficiently find their targets within the complex and vast environment of the eukaryotic nucleus. By using advanced microscopy technologies in live fruit fly embryos to image individual protein molecules over time to study their motion, he seeks to bridge the gaps between molecular events and animal development.

Terms and Conditions

Zyla sCMOS

Suitable for applications such as spinning disk confocal microscopy, cell motility studies and TIRF microscopy.


Sona sCMOS

Suitable for applications such as developmental biology, neuroimaging and super-resolution.



Suitable for applications such as quantum imaging, fast astronomy and single molecule detection.


iDus CCD

Suitable for applications such as Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence and luminescence.


Newton CCD

Suitable for applications such as Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence and luminescence.


iStar ICCD

Suitable for applications such as plasma studies, time-resolved fluorescence and photoluminescence.