Digital imaging in transmission electron microscopy

@article{Fan2000DigitalII,
  title={Digital imaging in transmission electron microscopy},
  author={Gary Guo You Fan and Mark Ellisman},
  journal={Journal of Microscopy},
  year={2000},
  volume={200}
}
The digital revolution currently under way, as evidenced by the rapid development of the Internet and the world‐wide‐web technologies, is undoubtedly impacting the field of transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Digital imaging systems based on charge‐coupled device (CCD) technologies, with pixel array size up to 2 k × 2 k at the present and increasing, are available for TEM applications and offer many attractions. Is it time to phase out film cameras on TEMs and close the darkrooms for good… 
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