Handy FluorCam (Photon System Instruments, psi.cz) is a portable device designed for time-resolved chlorophyll fluorescence imaging of leaves, small plants or algal colonies. It consists of a CCD camera and four fixed LED panels that provide measuring pulses, actinic illumination and saturating flashes. Handy FluorCam generates images of fluorescence transients induced by actinic light or saturating flashes and presents them using a false-colour scale. The FluorCam was used for instance in Wang L. et al, PNAS (2016) 113, 3792-3800.  
HandyFluorCAM IMG 6625
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