Microscopy & Microtechniques
Microscopy Camera Selection - Get All the Details
Apr 03 2019 Read 1550 Times
Cameras are an integral part of your microscope system, and the decision of which camera to buy should not be taken lightly. Complex terms and a barrage of acronyms often make camera specs very hard to read - but they do make the difference between "an alright camera" and "the right camera"!
To help you make well informed decisions on what you need – and don’t need – for your camera, have a look at our guide on camera selection. Of course we look at resolution, sensitivity and frame rate, but we also address things like color reproduction, dynamic range and image processing features. Put all of these together and you can be sure that you have all the information you need to pick the camera that’s right for you.
You can find our guide on camera selection here.
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