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Optical resolution, as determined by Lord Rayleigh, is achieved through reducing the working wavelength in devices such as microscopes and cameras. X-ray cameras allow for the detection of X-ray and extreme ultraviolet (EUV) photons at very small wavelengths. These cameras allow for extremely high quality and high-resolution images. Due to this, X-ray and EUV cameras are widely used in professional, medical and scientific fields. Applications include spectroscopy, forensics, and soft x-ray astronomy, among many others.