Cacoxenita (campo3.8 mm)

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Cacoxenita (campo3.8 mm)

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Dioptasa (campo 12 mm)

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Cinabrio con bolias de mercurio (campo 12 mm),

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Turmalina (campo 2.5 mm)

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Muy buenas fotografías y muestras, ¿puedes decirnos el equipo empleado?

Great pictures and samples, would you tell us which equipment did you use?

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JL wrote:Muy buenas fotografías y muestras, ¿puedes decirnos el equipo empleado?

Great pictures and samples, would you tell us which equipment did you use?

:D :D
Hi JL, thank you very much for your words. All all images are extreme macro photography (stack images with Zerene). The team is Canon Eos 1100d, micrometric rail Manfrotto, extension tubes (various sizes) and microscope objectives 4x or 10x. Also with the original aim invested very good results.
A greeting from Spain.

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Very nice. What lighting do you use, Ado?
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ChrisR wrote:Very nice. What lighting do you use, Ado?
Hi Chris, thank you very much for your words. I use to illuminate a normal flexo study. The sample is inside a box with open top that I cover with greaseproof paper, kitchen paper, a sheet ..... until the desired light reflectors also use aluminum foil. Minerals is more complicated than insects when illuminated.
A greeting.

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