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The Las Campanas Infrared Survey Camera is a near-infrared (1.0-2.5 lm), wide-area instrument used to detect and measure the photometric properties of galaxies out to large redshifts, z > 2. The camera, a modified Offner 1 : 1 reimaging optical system, is mounted at the f/7.5 focus of the 2.5 m du Pont Telescope. The detectors are four Rockwell 1024 Â 1024 HgCdTe (HAWAII) arrays operating at a scale of 0>20 pixel À1 . With four telescope pointings, the instrument produces a pipelined mosaic ofdoi:10.1086/341037 fatcat:rlmycjuld5gv5nh6mpinovp7c4