High Temporal Resolution

Capable of observing dynamic events by producing images up to 200 fps at a pixel resolution of 1500×1024

Photo courtesy of Prof. Dr. Peter Lipp, Universität des Saarlandes, Center for Molecular Signaling (PZMS)

Low Photo-Bleaching

The low photo-bleaching characteristics permit long-duration experiments with minimal phototoxic effects.

Photo courtesy of Prof. James F. Gilchrist, Gilchrist Laboratory, Lehigh University

Exceptional Imaging Depth

Without the traditional limitations on Imaging Depth

Photo courtesy of Dr. Eric Weeks, Weeks Soft Matter Laboratory, Emory University

Highly Configurable

Highly configurable camera-based system, can be integrated across multiple imaging platforms. Find out more on the System Integration page.


Spatial Resolution

250nm Laterally and 500nm Axially*

Temporal Resolution

Scan Speed up to 1000fps

Pin holes

Selectable from 10-64µm

Emission Filter Changer

Regular or High Speed 6-Position Emission Filter Changer


Up to 6 solid state lasers range from 400nm to 700nm


Perfect camera & excitation sync comes as standard

Camera Specification

For accurate sampling camera must have pixel size <6.5um, Camera connection is via regular c-mount

Microscope Specification

Nikon, Olympus, Zeiss, Leica. Connection via regular c-mount


Visi-View, Cell Sense, Micro-Manager, Meta-Morph & NIS Elements

* Spatial resolution measured using PSFj with Nikon 100x 1.49NA Lens, contact VTi for more details