Many of the challenges of imaging on a microscale are common to those faced in conventional high-speed photography; the primary differences are the greatly reduced field-of-view and much smaller object sizes. These differences also yield the biggest challenge when studying biomedical microfluidic applications. Typical goals in this field involve tracking, identifying, sorting, diagnosing, and/or encapsulating individual cells; all objectives that require the use of high-speed imaging technologies. With pixel sizes ranging between 20 to 30 microns, Phantom Cameras can shoot at hundreds-of-thousands of frames per second, collecting quality video data from fast moving micro-particles.

Biomedical Microfluidcs (English)