Time-Lapse Imaging with Lamp and LED – Stability vs Repeatability

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Author: Kavita Aswani PhD, Senior Applications Scientist, Excelitas
Monday, November 17, 2014
Excelitas Technologies Corp.

Advancements in LED technology today enable LEDs to provide a compelling alternative to lamps for fluorescence microscopy illumination and have become increasingly popular. This article discusses the differences in stability between Lamps and LEDs, and explains the importance of repeatability versus stability when comparing images taken between time points, whether this is within the same short experiment or a longer time-lapse experiment.

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