The emerging field of quantum imaging introduces new methods to overcome classical limitations in optical microscopy. A detection apparatus capable of analyzing the quantum signature of light, is a crucial component in the heart of any such method. We present a novel quantum imaging modality, based on a state-of-the-art single photon avalanche diode (SPAD) array in a confocal setup. This modality enables unprecedented simplicity and scalability in imaging temporal photon correlations. We demonstrate the potential of this approach by measuring temporal correlations of classical and quantum sources, as well as demonstrate a quantum super-resolution technique.