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EDAX Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) Cameras

The Hikari EBSD Camera Series 
EDAX’s high-speed and high-sensitivity Hikari EBSD Camera Series is the next generation in electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) cameras offering outstanding performance across the complete range of EBSD applications. With Hikari cameras, users no longer need to decide between speed and sensitivity. Hikari cameras collect data at high speed when throughput is essential and perform at the same high indexing rates under challenging nano-analysis conditions. The Hikari EBSD Camera Series can achieve simultaneous acquisition and indexing speeds up to 1,400 indexed points per second for efficient SEM use. All the Hikari cameras are HR-EBSD compatible.
 The EDAX Hikari XP EBSD Camera Analyzes Deformed Brass 

DigiView EBSD Camera 
EDAX's DigiView is a versatile high resolution digital camera for capturing high quality EBSD patterns with a maximum acquisition speed of 200 indexing points per second with 99% indexing reliability. The CCD sensor has a high Quantum Efficiency (QE) and the camera is designed for very low noise imaging, and when combined with an optimized phosphor screen, results in a higher sensitivity for EBSD applications. The DigiView is HR-EBSD compatible.
The EDAX Digiview IV EBSD Camera  

Forward Scatter Detector (FSD)
The FSD is an ideal analytical tool for previewing the microstructure to select a region for EBSD data collection and for qualitatively inspecting the microstructure to characterize deformation and strain gradients critical to materials design.
The EDAX Forward Scatter Detector (FSD)  

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