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Huygens Chromatic Aberration Corrector

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Nearly all multi-channel images show at least some degree of chromatic aberration causing shifts in xyz, and possible scaling and rotation differences between fluorescent channels. Huygens Chromatic Aberration Corrector quickly estimates, visualizes, and corrects chromatic aberrations. Learn more
The chromatic shift, usually being the largest component of the chromatic aberration, is a misalignment across the channels of a multichannel image which can be corrected by simply shifting the channels. There are several circumstances that can lead to chromatic shifts in the microscopic images:
  • Chromatic aberrations in the microscope optics.
  • Misaligned beam splitters.
  • Misaligned excitation lasers.
  • Misaligned color filters.
  • Faulty color interpolation in color cameras.
  • Any other internal misalignments in the microscope.


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