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Camera settings part 2: Brightness and colour

Part 2 of a quick run through of things to consider when taking experimental images for use in image analysis. Presented by Professor Andy French.

A continuation of our video offering guidance on ways in which camera settings can be used to obtain better quality experimental images.

Several camera settings affect the brightness, intensity and colour of your images. This video discusses:

  • Aperture
  • Exposure time
  • Sensor sensitivity
  • White balance
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