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Major Imaging Challenges in Microscopy & How to Solve Them

Balaji S
Microscopic cameras play a major role in medical applications for surgery, pathology, and diagnostics. However, capturing clear and accurate microscopic images can be challenging due to imaging artifacts. These artifacts can appear as distortions or anomalies in the captured image and cause analysis errors. In this blog post, we will...
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e-con Systems expands Medical Camera Series with addition of 5MP SONY Pregius S Camera

Balaji S
Explore the imaging needs of life sciences and in-vitro diagnostic (IVD) devices with e-con Systems' latest addition - e-CAM521_CUMI568C_MOD. Discover how this high performance 5MP camera based on the Sony Pregius S IMX568 sensor, addresses unique requirements like high sensitivity and low-light performance....
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Pixelation Artifact in Microscopic Imaging and Their Prevention Methods Using Advanced Camera Features

Balaji S
In microscopic imaging, pixelation is one of the most commonly occurring artifacts, as the camera subjects are micro-level. Pixelation artifact occurs when the magnification surpasses an image sensor’s capabilities, by which indistinct pixel boundaries appear. In this blog, we are exploring pixelation artifacts, their causes, and reduction methods....
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What Causes Blooming Artifacts in Microscopic Imaging and How to Prevent Them

Balaji S
Advanced camera technologies are used with microscopes for diagnostics in the medical and life sciences industry. The occurrence of different types of imaging artifacts is a major challenge faced in microscopic imaging. Blooming or saturation artifact is one such artifact that largely depends on the type of sensor used in...
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Why global shutter cameras are a perfect fit for live cell imaging systems

Balaji S
Global shutter cameras are best-fit solutions for live cell imaging devices – equipped with fast frame rates, better synchronization, and more. It ensures more accuracy in real-time imaging, which is of monumental importance. Discover why live cell imaging and global shutter cameras are perfect for each other and their key...
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Top factors to consider when choosing a microscope camera

Balaji S
In recent years, medical and life science applications have been under tremendous pressure to capture and process microscopic images accurately. So, what does it take? Well, it starts with choosing the right camera. Find out why top factors like sensor type, noise level, sensitivity, etc., play a major role in...
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How high sensitivity cameras can improve imaging in digital microscopy

Balaji S
Digital microscopy is invaluable to the medical and life science industry as it delivers high-quality images. However, this quality depends on the camera’s sensitivity. Find out how high-sensitivity cameras improve digital microscopy imaging and their use cases - with exclusive details on how e-con Systems’ all-in-one camera – the See3CAM_50CUGM...
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See3CAM_50CUGM is coming soon: A brand-new, all-in-one medical and life science camera

Balaji S
Selecting an all-in-one camera is a game-changer for the medical and life science industry as it can save time, reduce complexity, and improve workflow efficiency. Discover See3CAM_50CUG – our soon-to-be-launched 5MP fixed focus camera based on the Sony Pregius IMX264 CMOS sensor and see its extensive features....
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Why Sony STARVIS cameras are ideal for Medical & Life Sciences applications?

Balaji S
Many camera-enabled medical devices need to operate in challenging lighting conditions. In this article, learn about some of those medical applications, the key camera features required for them, and why Sony STARVIS cameras are the perfect solution for such medical devices....