Supplementary material from "Quality control of image sensors using gaseous tritium light sources"

Posted on 12.01.2022 - 02:41
We propose a practical method for radiometrically calibrating cameras using widely available gaseous tritium light sources (betalights). Along with the gain (conversion factor) and read noise level, the predictable photon flux of the source allows us to gauge the quantum efficiency. The design is easily reproducible with a three-dimensional printer and three inexpensive parts. Suitable for both CCD and sCMOS cameras, we believe that the method has the potential to be a useful tool in microscopy facilities and optical laboratories alike.This article is part of the theme issue ‘Super-resolution structured illumination microscopy (Part 2)’.

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McFadden, David; Amos, Brad; Heintzmann, Rainer (2021): Supplementary material from "Quality control of image sensors using gaseous tritium light sources". The Royal Society. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.5768142.v2
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