When capturing images for chemiluminescence what difference does the signal to noise ratio make?

/When capturing images for chemiluminescence what difference does the signal to noise ratio make?

When capturing images for chemiluminescence what difference does the signal to noise ratio make?

2018-02-09T16:42:47+00:00 February 9th, 2018|

The longer the exposure time used to capture an image, the more background noise builds up in the system. This noise will often be visible on the captured image. Cameras used for chemiluminescence applications should be electronically or Peltier cooled. Cooling drastically reduces inherent background noise. The best results are therefore obtained by having the lowest signal to noise ratio possible.

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