Modern CMOS Sensors and Their Use in Fluorescence-Based Applications

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Author: Dr. Felix Asche
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Basler AG

Dr. Felix Asche, Product Manager at Basler, outlines possibilities and application areas of modern CMOS sensor technology in medicine and science. System manufacturers whose devices are equipped with CCD sensors and who are therefore increasingly looking for a suitable camera replacement will find valuable explanations. Find relevant technical correlations and various examples to show the diverse opportunities and advantages of modern CMOS technology in high-performance, non-cooled cameras.

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