Binning versus Saturation/Exposure Time in CCD Camera
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In the binning mode in CCD camera, the sensitivity of the super pixel to the photons increases so that the number of photoinduced charges within a certain time increases and the well filling process is faster. Therefore, in order to avoid camera saturation (blooming), it is necessary to decrease the exposure time e.g. by n × m times for the case shown in Figure 3962.

Binning/Binned Pixel/Super Pixel in CCD

Figure 3962. Schematic representation of n × m binning mode. A small red square here
represents an original pixel before binning and the blue region represents a pixel after binning.




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