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SightSKY (EM-04500SKY)
High sensitivity,
Low noise fiber coupling
CMOS camera

SightSKY Camera (EM-04500SKY) High sensitivity, Low noise fiber coupling CMOS camera


  • High-sensitivity, low-noise 19 M pixel CMOS sensor enables clearer imaging with fine specimen details observable even at low electron doses.

  • Its global shutter and high frame rate (58 fps/full pixel mode) enable image series acquisitions with less artifacts during dynamic observation.

  • "SightX" camera system control software provides user-friendly operations.

High resolution TEM image of Si3N4

Digital Zoom maintains sharp imaging, even at lattice resolution.

Instrument: JEM-2100Plus
Accelerating voltage: 200 kV

High-resolution TEM image and electron diffraction pattern of Al72 Fe24 Ni4 dodecagonal quasi-crystal

Digital Zoom enables observation of atomic arrangements showing quasi-periodicity, such as those characteristic of quasi-crystals.
Moreover, high dynamic range yields excellent electron diffraction pattern contrast, from the high-intensity direct spot to weaker-intensity spots.

Sample courtesy of
Professor Emeritus Kenji Hiraga, Tohoku University
Dr. Kunio Yubuta, Kyushu University

A bright triangle area appearing at upper right of the diffraction pattern is shown by Log display.

Instrument: JEM-2100Plus
Accelerating voltage: 200 kV

TEM images of polycrystalline silicon

Fine structures, such as twin textures of polycrystalline silicon, can be observed with high contrast.



Dark field image formed by the diffraction spot highlighted with the yellow circle in the inset.

Instrument: JEM-2100Plus
Accelerating voltage: 200 kV

TEM image of polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) resin

Digital Zoom enables clear observation of lamella structures.

Sample preparation method: Microtome
Instrument: JEM-2100Plus
Accelerating voltage: 80 kV

TEM image of carrot leaf

Membrane structures of chloroplasts and mitochondria can be identified; furthermore, fine membrane structures can be observed in detail.

Sample preparation method: Microtome
Instrument: JEM-1400Flash
Accelerating voltage: 120 kV

TEM image of phospholipid bilayer (Liposome)

Lipid bilayer membranes of liposome can be clearly distinguished.

Sample preparation method: ice embedding
Instrument: JEM-F200Cryo
Accelerating voltage: 200 kV

Camera system control software "SightX"


Accelerating voltages ≦ 200 kV
Number of effective pixels 19 M pixels (5,688 × 3,336 pixels)
Sensor active size 36.40 mm × 21.35 mm
Pixel size 6.4 μm × 6.4 μm
Frame rate 58 fps / All pixel mode
Recording modes Image, Video (Stack frame)
Image formats L size (5,688 × 3,336), M size (2,880 × 1,680), S size (1,248 × 1,200)
File formats TIFF (Image, Video), BMP (Image), JPG (Image)
Shutter type Global shutter
Mounting position Bottom mount (below viewing chamber), non-retractable
Control Software SightX or TEM Center (JEM-F200 and CRYO ARM™200(JEM-Z200FSC))

Applicable models: JEM-F200, JEM-2100Plus, JEM-1400, JEM-2100, JEM-2100F, JEM-2200FS, CRYO ARM™200 (JEM-Z200FSC)

* SightSKY uses a novel high density feedthrough connector – transferring sensor signals and providing power supply between the vacuum chamber and atmospheric electrical unit - adopting the patent, No.JP6635605, of RIKEN (Institute of Physical and Chemical Research) that is manufactured by MIST and Lead Electronics Co. Ltd.

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