Microscope Cameras: From SLR to CMOS Devices

August 3, 2016 Martin Wilson

Photography has undergone great improvements in the last few decades. In times gone past, photographic film was used. Now most researchers use digital means to capture their images. But not all digital cameras are the same. For optimal results you need to know the different types of microscope cameras and how they work. Before the […]

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