CAMECA is a world leading supplier of microanalytical and metrology instrumentation for research and process control. Our instruments measure elemental and isotopic composition in materials down to atomic resolution and equip government and university labs as well as high-tech industrial companies around the world. Learn how we address challenging characterization needs in diverse markets: semiconductor, nanotechnology and advanced materials, nuclear science, energy, biology, environment, mining, geology.


SXFive-TACTIS - bringing EPMA to your fingertips!
Since pioneering Electron Probe MicroAnalysis in the 1950’s CAMECA has released several generations of microprobes, all with a proven valuable track record for analytical performance and reliability. The new SXFive-TACTIS builds on this legacy to deliver enhanced imaging and quantitative analysis in a user-friendly environment.

Saphhire Sapphire
This new, unique Collision / Reaction Cell Multi-Collector ICP-MS offers unparalleled performance for measuring some of the most challenging non-traditional stable isotope systems, opening up a wealth of new applications for geochemistry, cosmochemistry and life sciences.



  • GSA Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, USA

    04 November 2018 -  07 November 2018, 

    130th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America
    CAMECA @ booth 535

  • Safeguards 2018, IAEA, Vienna

    05 November 2018 -  08 November 2018, 

    Symposium on International Safeguards organized every four years by the International Atomic Energy Agency. CAMECA booth and oral presentation on SIMS, EPMA and APT capabilities and contributions to nuclear forensics and security.

  • European APT Workshop, Düsseldorf, Germany

    07 November 2018 -  09 November 2018, 

    The annual European Atom Probe Tomography workshop will offer a variety of talks on currrent advances of APT and training sessions for atom probers that want to further their skills in areas such as field evaporation simulation, cluster analysis and vacuum instrumentation design.