Princeton Instruments were showing their high-performance BLAZE cameras, which use two new sensors. BLAZE LD-Sensors are deep-depletion devices designed for high sensitivity and low dark current, making them suitable for low-light applications. BLAZE HR-Sensors are “super-deep-depletion” devices manufactured from high-resistivity bulk silicon to yield the highest NIR quantum efficiency. BLAZE LD and HR cameras are both offered in 1340 × 100 or 1340 × 400 formats with 20 µm pixels. Applications include Raman spectroscopy, photoluminescence, nanoparticle research, carbon nanotube studies, pump–probe experiments, fluorescence and micro-spectroscopy.