A back-illuminated or backlit CMOS sensor is different from a traditional CMOS sensor in that all the wiring and circuitry used to carry electronic signals from each pixel is located at the back of the sensor instead of on the front. By moving this circuitry to the back of the sensor more light is able to reach each pixel, which results in the backlit CMOS sensor being able to record images in lower light and with less digital noise. Digital noise in photos typically results in photos with more fuzz, especially in low light.
|Jenoptik Microscopy Cameras|
- Arktur - 8 Megapixel Color Camera
- Subra - Full HD Color Microscope Camera
- Naos - 19.4 Megapixel color Camera
- Kapella - Full HD / 2.3 Megapixel Color Camera
- Rigel - Full HD / 2.3 Megapixel Monochrome Camera
- Prokyon - 20.7 Megapixel Color Camera
View a chart comparing all the Jenoptik microscopy cameras here.
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