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HiCAM Fluo

High Speed, High Standards

As sensor resolutions and frame rates increase, so does the amount of data that is recorded by digital cameras. High-speed cameras like the HiCAM Fluo record hundreds of frames per second at high resolution. This results in nearly 1.5 GB of data per second. The camera streams all this data directly to your computer over the CoaXPress interface. This is a camera industry standard that can transfer several GB/s. But there are more industry standards for imaging devices. Lambert Instruments implements these standards to ensure that our products are easy to implement.

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Our sales team is available to answer any questions you may have about camera interfaces. We also have a calculator that helps you find out how much data your camera is recording so you can pick the right interface.

Introducing the HiCAM Fluo: An Intensified High-Speed Camera for Fluorescence Applications

Introducing the HiCAM Fluo: A high-speed camera for fluorescence applications. It records high resolution images at a framerate of 540 fps in the most challenging lighting conditions. The HiCAM Fluo is able to capture the dim light of fluorescence by using a cooled image intensifier. Packed into a compact aluminum enclosure, it is easy to attach the HiCAM Fluo to any fluorescence microscope.


With its 2.9 megapixel (1696 x 1710 pixels) sensor, the HiCAM Fluo can capture 540 frames per second at full resolution. It can achieve even higher framerates at reduced resolutions, up to 5000 fps at 480 x 480 pixels.

Single-Photon Sensitive

An image intensifier boosts the intensity of the incoming light to ensure clear images of fluorescence light. The HiCAM Fluo can detect light intensities down to the single-photon level.


The image intensifier of the HiCAM Fluo is cooled to minimize thermal noise. Our advanced cooling system provides a stable temperature for optimal imaging performance.


All images are streamed directly to your computer over a high-speed interface, so the total recording time is only limited by the amount of available hard disk space.

More information

The official launch of the HiCAM Fluo will be at the Laser World of Photonics in Bangalore, India on September 23. Lambert Instruments and our distributor Dynotech Instruments will be at booth B006.

For detailed technical specifications of the HiCAM Fluo, please visit our HiCAM Fluo page.