We present a new method for momentum-selective imaging by means of a time-of-flight (TOF) technique. The instrument employs a time- and space-resolving delayline detector in combination with a parabolic electrostatic field and a drift space. We use this kind of spectrometer, to raise the efficiency of experiments, which are total momentum resolved. The main difference to conventional photoemission experiments using a rotatable spectrometer is the simultaneous detection of all emitted photoelectrons. In addition to this feature, the angular distribution should be directly visible, to observe solid state symmetries. In order to facilitate these requirements, we use a delayline detector as a position and time sensitive device with a versatile user interface. First results obtained at BESSY I are presented.