In the high-resolution mosaics, the acquisition of non-informative regions (NoIR) in the vicinity of the objects of interest can be prevented by activating the “NoIR” option. When this additional feature is activated, a secondary analysis for just those objects identified in Step 2 will run, disabling irrelevant acquisition fields. This ensures the perfect fitting for irregular samples, saving valuable acquisition time and resources, something that is particularly relevant when capturing large, irregularly-shaped objects.