ZEISS Microscopy

Webinar: Introduction to the Basics of Digital Cameras for Light Microscopy​

Learn the basics of digital cameras for microscopy in this ZEISS interactive webinar. As a follow-up to our Introduction to the Basics of Optical Microscopy, this webinar aims to explain the basic principles of how to choose a digital camera for your light microscopy application. From photons to pixels, this webinar will explain the different kinds of sensor technologies that are widely available for digital cameras and will provide practical strategies to optimise the signal to noise through conceptual explanations of topics such as noise, resolution, and framerate.​

Date: Friday, June 5th, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM AEST


SpeakerDr. Shannon Das

Shannon obtained his PhD from The University of Sydney, where he studied the oxidative stress pathways leading to posterior capsular opacification formation. To further his knowledge of ocular diseases and oxidative stress, he undertook postdoctoral training at The John Curtin School of Medical Research. He recently joined the ZEISS ANZ team as a product application specialist in light microscopy. Shannon has a passion for light microscopy and hopes to use his research background and role at ZEISS to help others better achieve their microscopy goals. ​

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