OneView Camera

Winner of the 2015 Microscopy Today Innovation Award. The ONE camera to capture 16 MP images and video in all your TEM applications.

Advantages Research Spotlight Media Library Publications Resources Back to top
  • Extends 4k x 4k camera leadership for imaging and in-situ data capture
  • Always have a “live” experience with 25 fps at full 4k x 4k resolution, no compromise to resolution between viewing and recording images
  • Guarantee optimal image quality with real-time drift correction and outlier removal using in-line data processing
  • Detect single electrons with highest signal-to-noise ratio using the most sensitive scintillator and fiber optics available
  • Extend the dynamic range beyond 16-bits, no beam stop required
  • Increase productivity, even for novice users, with intuitive, built-in workflows to support and optimize recording modes
  • Available as the primary camera for TEMs manufactured by FEI*, Hitachi High Technologies, and JEOL

In-situ option

  • Flexibly trade-off resolution against frame rate—from 4096 x 4096 pixels at 25 fps to 512 x 512 pixels at 300 fps, always at 100% duty cycle
  • Video buffer allows you to capture only the video you want; with post-event triggering with LookBack feature
  • Never miss the start of an in-situ reaction again
  • Tailor videos to your unique applications with powerful post-processing tools
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Research Spotlight

Nakamura Group: University of Tokyo

"Scientists should provide solutions to social problems and dreams for people."


Material science is at the core of a large majority of research topics at the Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology...


ACS Nano

Du, J. S.; Dravid, V. P.; Mirkin, C. A.

Research Square

Hölzel, H.; Lee, S.; Amsharov, K.; Jux, N.; Harano, K.; Nakamura, E.; Lungerich, D.



Model 1095


OneView Camera

Experiment brief

Capturing nanoparticle transformation dynamics

Recording atomic-scale crystal nucleation and growth dynamics.

Real-time data processing and feedback during in-situ heating

Torsional deformation in subnanometer MoS interconnecting wires

High-speed 4D STEM diffraction analysis of directionally-grown ZnO nanowires: Benefits of a high-speed camera


Specification Benefit

Base system

4096 x 4096 pixels, 15 µm pixel size Enable ultra-high-definition (UHD) image resolution in a large sensor for wide field of view 
25 frames per second (fps) while operating at full 4k x 4k resolution Always operate at TV rates at full sensor resolution, no binning required
Real-time drift correction Automatically remove drift and outliers in real-time across all image capture modes
Scalable dynamic range Eliminate restrictions associated with a traditional dynamic range specification
GIF compatible Install above GIF system, without impact to performance or operation

In-situ option

Stream 4k x 4k resolution images at 25 fps directly to disk in *.dm format

Eliminate workflow bottlenecks when capturing large in-situ datasets
Up to 20 s LookBack capability Never miss the start of a reaction with post-event triggering
Capture only data that matters to you
>15 min data storage capability  Store several 4k x 4k resolution at 25 fps data sessions on a single computer; expansion capability available

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