Application case reference: STORM super resolution imaging
STORM stochastic optical imaging microscopy is one of the most widely used and the highest resolution super-resolution methods. It requires a camera to have the performance advantages of high quantum efficiency, high frame rate and low noise in the visible range. Its spatial resolution is determined by the single molecule localization accuracy and Nyquist resolution simultaneously.
Image origin: Professor Ning Fang at Georgia State University The camera: Dhyana 95