Metro® – The cutting-edge counting camera for groundbreaking imaging, diffraction, and in-situ studies. By enabling counting capabilities while operating your transmission electron microscope (TEM) at low accelerating voltages (60 – 200 kV), imaging your most sensitive samples and low-dose studies are now within reach. This not only enhances results but allows you to push the research boundaries for 2D materials, batteries, catalysts, nanotubes, polymers, and organic/biological materials.
- Enables lower dose rates and detection of smaller signals at ≤200 kV on your existing TEM
- Images the most beam-sensitive specimens
- Captures fine details, even at the most extreme dose rates
- Allows you to see higher-quality diffraction patterns with virtually no background
- Stores in-situ, 2k video at ≤41 fps and 512 x 512 video at ≤492 fps
- Acquires images with the simple but powerful DigitalMicrograph® interface that you are familiar with for the OneView® IS camera
- With one click, it corrects for drift with automatic sub-frame alignment
- Metro camera for MicroED/3DED
- Capturing low-dose images, in-situ video, and diffraction data with the Metro counting camera
- Webinar: Nanoscale characterization of Li metal batteries enabled by cryogenic lift-out
- Metro captures 4D STEM data with sharper detail
- Metro camera's 2k field of view
- Low dose imaging of a beam-sensitive Zeolite sample
Continuing our prosperous collaborations that built the K2® and K3, Metro is the successful result of Peter Denes' team at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and David Agard.