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Using Lighting To Optimize Camera Performance

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Author: Teledyne Lumenera
Sunday, September 1, 2019
Teledyne Lumenera

A rule of thumb in imaging is that there can never be too much light. A common problem is finding enough light to clearly image a subject. Utilizing light sources in an efficient and deliberate manner can address this problem by reducing the amount of light required to image a particular subject and help to highlight details or defects. This paper will cover general lighting theory, explore different light sources, and how to best use lighting equipment for practical applications.

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