Stereo pair: Actinoptychus sp

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Stereo pair: Actinoptychus sp

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Microscope: Zeiss Standard
Ocular: Zeiss KPL-W 10/18
Objective: Leitz 40/0.7 NPL Fluotar ICT
Substage: Leitz 0.9 NA ICT
Flash
Stack: Zerene Stacker

From a slide by Frez: Fossil deposit Dunkirk, Maryland
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Though we lean upon the same balustrade, the colours of the mountain are different.

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Post by Mitch640 »

Very nice. Is this two images, or a single? And if it's two, how did you do it, by shifting the stage, or the light angle? :)

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Single image with stack shifted/sheared by Zerene Stacker to give stereo pair.
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Though we lean upon the same balustrade, the colours of the mountain are different.

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To clarify...single stack, processed by ZS to produce two separate images as if seen from different viewpoints.

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Post by Mitch640 »

Just wondered, cause again, it had good depth I could see very easily. :)

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