As a follow-up to our Introduction to the Basics of Digital Cameras, this webinar aims to explain the basic principles of how to choose a digital camera for your light microscopy application. Additionally, more sophisticated knowledge about camera performance determining properties like sources of noise, quantum efficiency, full well capacity, sensor size, resolution and frame rate is provided. The webinar focuses on linking technical knowledge to applicative benefits allowing you to develop a better understanding how to choose the optimal camera and selecting ideal settings for your application.
- physical principles affecting camera performance
- sensor architecture and camera electronics
- how to select the ideal camera for an application
Camera Technology from ZEISS - In contrast to digital cameras for photography or industrial inspection, many aspects of the microscope cameras are optimized to meet specific requirements of applications in science, research and documentation. As each application has very specific requirements, there is a wide range of different digital camera models to choose from.