Category: Scientific Cameras

Converting AVI to grayscale PNG for easier analysis/viewing

An example of a large pixel-count AVI is the Dahlgren et al 2013 article on auroral bursts. This was taken with a 2560×2160 Andor Neo sCMOS camera and this video has 351 frames. You can try this process to keep in a more widely-compatible MJPEG motion JPEG AVI format, or alternatively you can convert each […]

Andor Zyla 4.2 announced

http://www.andor.com/scientific-cameras/neo-and-zyla-scmos-cameras/zyla-42-scmos However–realize that currently the Zyla 4.2 is ONLY Rolling Shutter — so it may not be suitable for applications requiring Global Shutter.