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Camera settings part 1 : Focus

A quick run through of things to consider when taking experimental images for use in image analysis. Part 1 of 2: focus. Professor Andy French

Capturing good quality experimental images is vital if they are to be used for image analysis.

This video notes some typical pitfalls encountered during image capture in changing environmental conditions. The correct use of focus is an important camera setting to consider.

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