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The use of a video camera and PC for crystal image analysis


, : The use of a video camera and PC for crystal image analysis. Proceedings of the Annual Congress South African Sugar Technologists' Association ( 67): 135-139

The use of a video camera attached to a personal computer fitted with a 'frame grabber' card is described. Digital recording of microscopical images of sugar crystals can replace the more expensive use of Polaroid film. Images can be stored on disk and/or printed on high resolution printers. Software to measure crystals manually for crystal size distribution is described.

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