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Top Considerations When Buying A Microscopy Camera, PART 5: Noise in Cameras

All cameras have it – noise that is – and it finds its way into your images.  The nature of electronics and signal amplification contribute to noise in your images...

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Top Considerations When Buying A Microscopy Camera, PART 4: CCD or CMOS?

The discussion of whether to choose a camera with a CCD or CMOS sensor is practically moot at this point.  CCDs (Charge-Coupled Device) were the norm up until a little...

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Top Considerations When Buying a Microscopy Camera, PART 3: Resolution & Pixel Size

By now you understand if you need a color or monochrome camera, and you've determined how you will attach the camera to your microscope. But what about the “megapixels”?  More...

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Top Considerations When Buying a Microscopy Camera, PART 2: Connecting a Camera to Your Microscope

This may seem too obvious, but a major consideration when adding a camera to your microscope is how to make that connection between the camera and its lens -- your...

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Top Considerations When Buying a Microscopy Camera, PART 1: Color or Monochrome

Microscopes are found in laboratories and science classrooms around the globe.  With the advent of digital cameras, it is now even easier to upgrade a microscope to view the live...

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What to Consider When Investing in Microscopes for Education

Choosing the right microscope for your classroom or lab is imperative. Check out this guide on buying educational microscopes for your educational environment.

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Exploring the Role of Microscopy in Virology and Disease Research

The term microscope originates from the Greek words mikros meaning “small,” and skopein, meaning “to look.” The first recorded use of a microscope-like instrument dates back to the late 16th...

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Emerging Trends in Biological Microscopy

As technological forces merge automation and computation with current advancements in optics, the full potential of biological microscopy is coming into focus. Since the advent of phase contrast microscopy by...

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Advantages of Phase Contrast Microscopes for Clinical Settings

Phase contrast microscopes utilize a special technique to enhance the contrast of an image. This technique was developed to produce high-contrast images of transparent or unstained specimens that could not...

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How to Choose the Right Microscope for Use in Gemology

Gemologists rely on high-quality microscopes to do their work. Perhaps the most common usage of microscopes in gemology is to conduct an appraisal of a stone. The microscope needs not...

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