Optical microscopy is one of the most used methods for imaging and visualization of samples. Due to their numerous advantages, optical microscopes are used in many different fields, ranging from biology and medicine to forensic science.
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In this article, AZoOptics spoke to Brinell Vision about their infrared filters and how they are being used in astronomy and climate monitoring.
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The LT Series USB3 Cameras from Teledyne Lumenera are ideal for applications such as aerial imaging and robotic inspection.