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Article ID: NFL1041 — Created: 5 May 2017 — Reviewed: 5 Sep 2020
What does the RGB filter do?
RGB is the adjustment of red, green, or blue levels in an image. The color correction filter allows you to adjust the individual levels of red, green, and blue levels from -50 (less red, green, or blue) to +50 (more red, green, or blue).
Each color control allows you to increase or decrease the corresponding color level. In many cases, images that have an undersized hue in one color are easily corrected by adding the complementary color(s).
Some microscope slides may have a slight tint that can be corrected with the color correction filter.
The RGB filter was called the Color Correction filter in uScope Navigator v4.3 and earlier. It was renamed for uScope Navigator v4.5.