Nematode

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ABEL
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Nematode

Post by ABEL »

This unidentified nematode comes from my filter of aquarium.

It is Dorylaimus stagnalis, probably.

DIC NOMARSKI 40X OLYMPUS BX 51 CAMERA JENOPTIK FLASH.

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Abel,

Wow, very nice.

Rogelio

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Post by Mitch640 »

Just amazing.

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Post by Charles Krebs »

Abel,

Another group of superb photographs.

Does you DIC provide those dark backgrounds right out of the camera, or do you pull them "down" when processing?

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Post by ABEL »

Hello and happy day ¡¡¡ :D :roll:


In effect Charles. I can change the position of the dic prism up to having the dark field. It is not a treatment of image.

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Post by Pau »

Abel,
wonderful photos.
In the first one, I'm seing giant cells or, what's these segmentated structures?
Pau

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Post by ABEL »

Hello Pau.

I believe that they are cells but I ignore that class of cells.

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Post by arturoag75 »

Hi,
this is a female , the cells you can see in 1st pic are of ovary...
superb pics Abel!
best
Arturo

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Post by Wim van Egmond »

They are magnificent! Regarding that question of Charlie. I am not sure if he meant this but I wonder if this is the image the camera produces right away or that you have to enhance the contrast afterwards. My DIC set up (which is old) does not produce very high contrast images. I always have to enhance the contrast afterwards.

Wim

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Post by ABEL »

In effect. THE DIC already provokes this contrast without need of retouch of photography.

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