A GUIDE TO CCD CAMERA PARAMETERS: Applications for Gel and Membrane Imaging


Understanding how imaging systems work is critical to getting the most out of your instrument, whether you're investing in your first digital imaging system for gel and membrane imaging, upgrading existing equipment, or just using what is already installed in the laboratory.

Both well-known (e.g., camera resolution and bit depth) and lesser-known factors can considerably affect the dynamic range and image quality of a digital imaging system. 

Charge-coupled device (CCD) sensors have revolutionized digital imaging technology over the last few decades. Learn more about how CCD sensors work, the principal parameters dictating their performance, and how these impact the quality of your biological assay imaging with this application note from ProteinSimple!