The KL4040 scientific CMOS camera has the same pixel size and imaging area as the popular 16803 CCD Sensor. What makes is special is that it has half the noise and 40% higher quantum efficiency than 16803. This Kepler cooled CMOS cameras provides ultra-high sensitivity, extremely low noise, and high frame rates, all at a game-changing price to performance ratio.
The KL4040 is ideal for low-light applications including Confocal Microscopy, Light Sheet Microscopy, TIRF and GFP, Orbital Debris Detection, Super-Resolution Microscopy.
The KL4040 has one camera mode: rolling HDR-LDC. HDR-LDC (High Dynamic Range-Low Dark Current) mode is similar to HDR mode. The difference is that LDC leads to less electrons accumulating in pixels when not exposed to light. This results to a smaller full well capacity, but allows for less dark current growth in long exposure images.