I need to be able to visually monitor movements of a recording electrode inside an electromagnetically shielded chamber. This is a cylindrical chamber of 1" X 1" and is in absolutely dark environment (I can use a light source when the camera is on).
One of the concerns is introduction of noise into the recording electrode by the cameras body (acting as an arial, or by its power source or control circuit). This is why a device like and endoscope with a fiberoptic tube might be better (to put a distance and allow for shielding around the camera).
My question is, is there any camera that best fits this use case? I hope question is clear.
To make it a bit more clear, this is biological signal recording setup, that amplifies and filters signals in the microvolt range.