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Hyperspectral Imaging camera


Integrating our new ZephIR camera, the EOS family now covers the SWIR spectral region up to 2.5 µm. Our S-EOS widefield hyperspectral imager provides complete spectral information for each and every pixel of a full resolution image. S-EOS delivers a series of monochromatic images, avoiding fastidious x-y or line scanning. With a narrow spectral resolution and an operating range of 0.9 μm to 2.5 μm, our hyperspectral imager is perfectly suited for skin research, mining, material analysis and more. The field of view covered can be adjusted depending on the application and sample size. S-EOS is designed for reflectance, transmittance and luminescence imaging.


The V-EOS hyperspectral camera from Photon etc provides spectral an spatial information over the entire field of view of interest. 

V-EOS is continuously tunable from 400 nm to 1000 nm. This global hyperspectral camera delivers a series of monochromatic images, avoiding fastidious x-y or line scanning. Besides increasing efficiency, V-EOS™ allows to perform new analyses to push the boundaries of most demanding applications.


GRAND-EOS exploits Photon etc’s patented filtering technology based on volume Bragg grating (VBG). This technology is ideal for hyperspectral imaging. GRAND-EOS combines a hyperspectral microscopy system with a hyperspectral wide-field imaging platform, giving access to both micro and macro modalities with both VNIR (400-100 nm) and SWIR (900-2900 nm) spectral ranges. Both platforms, micro and wide-field, are designed for luminescence (photoluminescence or electroluminescence) and reflectance measurements and can accommodate broadband or monochromatic light source.
Our filtering technology allows the rapid acquisition of spectrally resolved high resolution images. While push-broom (line scan) systems based on dispersive spectrometers acquire a line at a time, devices based on VBGs allow global imaging. This means that with a VBG based technology it is possible to acquire complete monochromatic images at once, rather than line by line (or point by point). Since the camera captures the whole area in the field of view, it is possible to collect spectral and spatial information in real time, with the possibility of recording spectrally resolved videos.

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