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Cameras

Are you new to imaging or looking for a refresh on camera types? Learn about the advantages to camera types, digital interfaces, and more at Edmund Optics.

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Multiphoton Microscopy

Multiphoton microscopy is ideal for capturing high-resolution 3D images with reduced photobleaching and phototoxicity compared to confocal microscopy.

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How Do Cameras Work?

Optical Engineer Kevin Quist explains how cameras work, describing sensors, lenses, and pixels in a kid-friendly way

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Confocal Microscopy

Confocal microscopy provides high resolution, elimination of out-of-focus glare due to spatial filtering, and reduction of light-induced damage to the sample.

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Light Sheet Microscopy

Light sheet fluorescence microscopy uses a 2D laser sheet to illuminate a thin slice of the sample and excite fluorescence, reducing phototoxicity and damage.

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Open-Source DIY Microscopy

Accessible, Flexible Technology Supported by a Community of Users

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Discovering DIC Microscopy

Join Stefaan Vandendriessche, Sales and Applications Engineer, as he demonstrates a Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) microscope built from stock components found in the Edmund Optics catalog.

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Confocal Microscopy

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Fluorescence Microscopy

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Does Edmund Optics sell cameras with APS-C or APS-H sensors?

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Fluorophores and Optical Filters for Fluorescence Microscopy

Want to know more about fluorophores and optical filters for fluorescence microscopy? Find out more information and in stock optical filters at Edmund Optics.

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Is frame rate, area of interest and exposure time related when using the EO USB2.0 cameras?

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Assembling Compact Machine Vision Microscopy Systems with 120i Plan APO Infinity Corrected Objectives

Reduce the size and weight of your high magnification machine vision system with infinity corrected TECHSPEC® 120i Plan APO Infinity Corrected Objectives.

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The Importance of Numerical Aperture for Imaging and Microscopy

LAB SERIES: Join us for a discussion about the importance of numerical aperture for imaging and microscopy applications.

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Does Edmund Optics sell cameras with a TFL Mount?

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I have two Basler Scout GigE cameras but I cannot use them simultaneously. When connected to a computer, either via two network cards or a single network card and a switch, they can be opened but cannot acquire images. What is causing the problem?

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Choosing the Right Lasers and Optics for Ultrafast Microscopy

Join us for a discussion on selecting the best ultrafast laser sources and optical components for your ultrafast microscopy system to maximize performance.

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Optical Microscopy Application: Fluorescence

Wondering how fluorescence microscopy works? Find out about the technique, systems, and more at Edmund Optics.

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Optical Microscopy Application: Phase Contrast

Think you know all the advantages for using phase contrast in optical microscopy? Advantages, image appearance, and technical details can be found at Edmund Optics.

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Optical Microscopy Application: Brightfield Illumination

Looking to use a simple technique for optical microscopy? Check out this article on brightfield illumination to find out more at Edmund Optics.

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Optical Microscopy Application: Darkfield Illumination

Darkfield illumination is the opposite of brightfield illumination. Find out how darkfield differs from brightfield in optical microscopy at Edmund Optics.

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Optical Microscopy Application: Differential Interference Contrast

Differential interference contrast (DIC) is one of the polarization techniques that can be used in optical microscopy. Learn about this technique at Edmund Optics.

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Fluorescence Microscopy: In-Line Illumination with Imaging Filters

Want to know about fluorescence microscopy? Read this article by a Biomedical Product Line Engineer at Edmund Optics to learn more.

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Basis of a Filter and How to Choose, How to Use (フィルターの基礎と選び方・使い方)

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Complex circuits challenge cameras

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Specifying lenses for megapixel cameras

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Microscopy and the Analysis of a Trichrome Stain

Imaging biological materials can be extremely difficult. Masson's trichrome stain helps differentiate components of cells from their surrounding tissues.

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Don't overspecify machine-vision cameras

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Strategically Placed Cameras Track Pharmaceuticals

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An Uncertain Future for the Marriage of Lenses and Cameras

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