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Article ID: NGN1006 — Created: 1 Jan 2017 — Reviewed: 5 Feb 2018
Images captured by the uScope Navigator Software have a background that should be white but is instead biased toward a particular color (as shown, the image is a bit yellow).
There are a number of causes for this kind of effect.
A good test you can perform to confirm that the camera is out of adjustment is to remove the slide, load the slide tray (with no slide), and review the objective image to determine if it is truly white or not.
In cases where the overview image in air is color biased, recalibrating resets the color calibration, exposure, and white-balance of the camera. Refer to the following knowledge base article to learn how to recalibrate the objective camera.
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