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Andor iXon Ultra Tutorial Series – Part 3

In this video, Colin Coates illustrates how to utilize a ‘cropped sensor mode’ region of interest for maximizing the frame rate performance of Andor iXon Ultra EMCCD camera.

Cropped sensor mode is a specialized acquisition mode in which only a small section of the entire chip is utilized for imaging. Users can achieve faster frame rates by cropping the sensor.

Run Time – 3:10min

iXon Ultra Tutorial 3 - Region of Interest and Crop Mode

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