Direct electron has transformed the field of electron microscopy, starting with Biological Cryo-EM and now Material Science TEM/STEM.
However, not all direct detectors are created equal. Direct Electron's pioneering and award-winning Direct Detection Device (DDD®) technology uses more sophisticated pixel design than other direct detection cameras, delivering lower noise, better sensitivity, higher speed and expanded versatility. The cameras also deliver full-speed movies to users to enable motion correction, dose filtering, in situ imaging, 4D-STEM data collection, and more.
A revolutionary event-based direct detection camera that delivers electron counting in hardware, Apollo is the highest throughput direct detector for cryo-EM.
With high sensitivity and excellent resolution, the DE-DirectView offers cost-effective direct detection for biological and material science applications.
The DE-16 features 6.5μm pixels optimized for superior resolution (MTF) over a broad range of magnifications and exposure rates and boasts a 4k x 4k field-of-view.
The DE-64 is the world’s first and only true 8k × 8k direct detector with the widest field of view of any direct detector. Ideal for cryo-EM of very large viruses or cellular tomography.
Celeritas, a revolutionary new direct detection camera for four-dimensional scanning transmission electron microscopy (4D STEM). Based on a next-generation direct detection sensor, Celeritas far exceeds the frame rate of other 4D STEM detectors while also delivering at least four times more pixels and exceptional image quality.
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