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Patient scans were divided into the interictal and ictal state for analysis: (1) Interictal SPECT scans were obtained at least 24 h following the latest seizure. A scan was performed to obtain a baseline, interictal cerebral blood flow (CBF) measurement. (2) Ictal SPECT scans were obtained within 40 min of a habitual seizure captured by video-EEG monitoring. Seizure onset was based on EEG ictal onset pattern, and it was described as the earliest EEG prior to clinical evidence of seizure activity. Seizure offset, on the other hand, was defined as the last EEG or clinical evidence of seizure activity. SPECT injection time was specified when the plunger of the syringe containing the radiopharmaceutical was fully depressed. Lastly, SPECT EEG electrodes were removed, and the patient was transferred to the equipment.

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When it comes to low-light photography, generally speaking, the bigger the sensor, the better. While full-frame cameras are typically best, some crop sensor cameras are still very capable in low light and offer other advantages like portability and focal reach, so it's all about weighing your needs. Thankfully, modern digital cameras have been getting better and better over the years at being able to shoot at higher ISO sensitivities with less and less noise, making it easier than ever to capture clear, sharp photos in low light. Of course, if you're going to be shooting at night with a tripod, you can shoot at lower ISOs with longer exposure times. On the flip side, if you're shooting handheld, built-in image stabilization might be necessary, allowing you to get clear shots at slower shutter speeds. Above all, you should consider your own ergonomic preferences, budget, and the kind of lenses you'll use. A lens with a wider maximum aperture will let in more light and let you shoot in darker conditions using lower ISO settings for a sharper image.

You'd never guess that the Panasonic LUMIX DC-S5 was Panasonic's first full-frame offering. Coming out of left field in 2020, this upper mid-range camera gives the big three camera brands a run for their money. While Panasonic's autofocus still leaves much to be desired compared to Canon or Sony, especially when recording video, this is a fantastic low-light camera with noise handling that's right up there with the Canon EOS R6.

That said, you'll get better low-light performance with a full-frame option like the Sony α7S, though the current iteration, the Sony α7S III, will cost you a small fortune compared to the Panasonic. The Panasonic will be enough for most people to shoot videos or films in dim lighting conditions. You also get a more portable system overall, with smaller and generally cheaper Micro Four Thirds lenses. Unfortunately, the Panasonic doesn't have built-in image stabilization, so you'll need to use an external stabilizer to get the smoothest footage. 350c69d7ab


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